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    Idk why, I find 30fps easier on the eyes. As in, it doesn't feel like my eyes are doing extra work just to watch the video

    Or maybe that's because in the example, the camera and focus is moving all over the place. Or the wide angle thing is throwing me off. Either way, I (am probably one of the rare species who will) vote 30fps
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    I prefer 30.
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    They both look the same
    Any really
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    (Original post by FailedMyMocks)
    I'd prefer a stable 30 FPS rather than a jittery 60 FPS let's put it that way
    Again, not really related. That's shutter speed.


    I would say, personally, that you should go with 60 if you're looking towards the future, but to be honest, with most playback and display tech as it is at the moment, the standard 29.97 is just fine as long as you get the right shutter speed for the movement.

    Faster FPS allows for faster shutter speed, which allows for a clearer picture. So, if everything is whizzing about, yes, it can be clearer on 60 with a faster shutter speed. But, at the same time, it's often the motion blur with slower shutter speeds that give moving objects that dramatic appearance.
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    This is actually a question?
 
 
 
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