We all know that when you point a movie camera at an old monitor or even a modern plasma screen it will appear to flicker. This can be an extremely frustrating as well as a potentially damaging issue when on set. One solution is to use LCD displays, but that is not always desirable or possible. Alternatively, the camera can be synchronized with the monitor(s) or the shutter angle adjusted, but this only addresses the specific frequency of the screen in question, any other frequencies are still left unchecked.
With the Tessive B shutter, the monitor flicker is virtually eliminated and is no longer a distraction. Additionally, not only is the flicker from the monitor dealt with, but also flicker from all monitors and other lighting sources that may be operating at different frequencies. This opens up entirely new settings and scenes that would have been impossible to shoot before.