I want to drive an LCD shutter, which are often found in 3D glasses, with a very low duty cycle (short time transparent, mostly opaque) but also a high frequency. The TN shutters seem to be limited to ~120hz. Pi cell shutters have a higher frequency at 1000hz. However I cannot find an online store for these, which is why I want to stick to TN shutters. What limits the TN shutters to this low frequency? Could I drive them higher at low duty cycles? It's hard to find datasheets on these and the ones I found didn't specify rise/fall times, which I figure is the limiting factor. If I would drive them at a frequency that is too high, with a low duty cycle, can I expect dimming when transparent?
For any others interested in this topic viewing this, I found this source regarding driving LCD shutters, which was really helpful:
Clarification on usecase: I'm interested in using an LCD shutter for limiting exposure of standard CMOS cameras. There are better ways to do it, but this is the one I'm interested in.