Im trying to get sharp video with the action cam and 30 fps seems things go by blurry but 60 fps things seem to hold sharpness and focus but Its hard to tell -- Im looking for the standard I guess for video workI think the higher the Frames Per Second the higher the "resolution" (probably not the right word). I'm thinking they use the higher speeds (up to 120FPS ) for slow motion. It makes sense to me, If i shot a man running at 10 FPS I would have 10 pics where as if I was shooting at 120 FPS I would have 120 images of the man in the same second
Interesting. LONG but unbiased, gives all sides of various frame rates.I thought the industry standard for film was 29 FPS, then 30 now I understand 48
You might learn something here http://gizmodo.com/why-frame-rate-matters-1675153198
For me it's always a trial but most of the time I get the best results shooting 4K at 24fps and then render at 1080 24fps with a shutter speed around 1/60. You have to be really smooth with the cam to avoid getting a blur.I am shooting indoor videos with the action cam -- I am looking for the best settings for that I have to walk from room to room and the video at 30 fps seems to blur the objects 60 fps seems to hold on to them. but Im shooting ai 192ox1080x60 so maybe I should shoot a 4k 60 and down size?
the higher the shutter speed, the less blurry the imageFor me it's always a trial but most of the time I get the best results shooting 4K at 24fps and then render at 1080 24fps with a shutter speed around 1/60. You have to be really smooth with the cam to avoid getting a blur.
I presume a more experienced photog will have some insight for this post.