We all know how important is motion blur and the right settings of it to match with live action, or just to be realistic in computer animation. The shutter angle of the camera defines the lenght of the motionblur value on the recorded film. Probably everybody (who watching films) mentioned the differences between film camera, DV, Betacam,...or any kind of video camera on the recorded material. Film can give you back deeper colors, than video, also smoother outlines, higher details...etc compare the video's harsh, "colorless", high contrasted output.
My question is to all experienced special FX guys.
What about motion blur? How different way are these recording methods react to motion? Are they producing different motionblur? Or do different shutter angles produce different lenght of motion blur on different media?