I find that shooting in 1080p 60fps on my P3A provides better, smoother results than shooting 1080p at 24fps. This seems contrary to what I have heard where it is mentioned that 24fps provides a more 'cinematic' look. I didn't think this to be the case. In my tests at a 7:30pm, near dusk tests, the 1080p 60 video appears smoother than the 1080p 24 video right off the camera. It seems only logical to me that shooting at 60fps off the camera only gives you more options in post where you could downgrade to 24fps if necessary. However, the videos I have made so far at 60fps are much smoother looking to my eye than the 24fps footage. I have not yet had the opportunity to use any ND filters yet. Thoughts? On a side note, how does one look at the inspect the raw footage to determine the shutter speed it was shot at?