This is a bit complicated, but I'll try to explain it clearly.
In the days of motion picture film cameras there was a phenomenon known as a Flash Frame. 35mm film runs through a camera at 90 feet per minute, and it would take a second or so for the camera to get up to speed. These cameras have rotating shutters(driven by the motor that pulls the film thru the camera), so the exposure is directly proportional to the fps. So, for the first couple of seconds, while the motor is accelerating up to full speed, the image is over exposed.
In the 90s it became fashionable to use Flash Frames in music videos, and the aesthetic spilled over into tv and feature films as well.
I think it would be really cool if ML could simulate film Flash Frames be gradually ramping the frame rate up from 1fps to 24fps over a user defined period of time, while simultaneously over-exposing the image accordingly (ideally be adjusting the shutter speed, though ramping the ISO could also work)
Does this sound feasible?