Try increasing your Time Sampling Per Frames value to 30 for starters. Hummingbird wings flap between 70 to 80 times per second, which translates to roughly three times per frame exposure, depending upon your FPS value. You can adjust your shutter angle to enhance the look, or soften it. Once you get the look ballparked, you can then tune in your Time Sampling Per Frames value.
All that said, this assumes that you can get Cinema to correctly animate the flap at said speed. But that is a different issue and I'll leave that to you for now.
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