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Mike McVittie
frame rate question
on Oct 27, 2010 at 9:06:42 pm

I have a Sony nxcam and have been using 29.97 I have tried 24fps and have found it very choppy. am I doing something wrong? I want to get a nikon d7000 for a second cam and it only shoots 24fps. will it be choppy video or should i get the sony a55 that shoots 29.97. I do want both cameras to shoot the same format. How do I get 24 fps to look good? sorry for so many questions
Mike

Sony NXCAM


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Fernando Mol
Re: frame rate question
on Nov 2, 2010 at 8:19:04 pm

That will depend much on the post production software you use. True is that it's better to capture video at the frame rate your final delivery will be.


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Davd Keator
Re: frame rate question
on Dec 4, 2010 at 8:19:46 pm

The choppies comes from two issues:

1: slow pans etc get choppy from image stablization.

2: fast movement choppies comes from slow shutter speed...


Many people like the film effect ie motion blur... I say yuck. Shoot at shutter of 1/96 or 1/120... Good compromise...

Many pros shoot at shutter as high as 1/250 or so to get zero blur! That make special effects motion tracking ect... Way better... Let the film transfer give you the film effect of motion blur...


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Davd Keator
Re: frame rate question
on Dec 4, 2010 at 10:42:51 pm

The choppies comes from two issues:

1: slow pans etc get choppy from image stablization.

2: fast movement choppies comes from slow shutter speed...


Many people like the film effect ie motion blur... I say yuck. Shoot at shutter of 1/96 or 1/120... Good compromise...

Many pros shoot at shutter as high as 1/250 or so to get zero blur! That make special effects motion tracking ect... Way better... Let the film transfer give you the film effect of motion blur...


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Fernando Mol
Re: frame rate question
on Dec 4, 2010 at 10:45:52 pm

How can a film transfer give you motion blur? You mean adding it in post?


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