I had been shooting 30P when using a DSLR on a Glidecam HD 4000.
Then I began shooting Glidecam footage in 24P and when moving left to right and vice versa, (x/y axis), the footage is getting the rolling shutter jello/trailing effect.
It also did this on 30P but not nearly as much. Any way to correct this?
I've tried moving slower which helps, but at 24P I have to move so slow that it's taking away from the desired - moving camera - effect.
Has anyone tried shooting Glidecam / Steadicam footage in 60P ?
This seems like a how-to-control-rolling-shutter for youR CAM more than a glidecam question - where the "best" frame rate will be the one that cuts into your sequence and looks haow you want it to fast, jerky, smooth ... whatever suits the sequence.)