The bike shop i work for has a team thats entered into a criterium bike race (1km long loop). They asked me to film the race for them. I'll be attaching a gopro session to their sprinter and i'll have 2 gopro hero 4 blacks set up on a corner and by the start/finish. I'll also be using my phantom 3 advanced along the back straight away where there is a huge lot that isn't car accessible during the day and isn't a popular viewing area (very open area with no people). The question is since the action will be quick (upwards 40+km/h) should i still be aiming for a 24fps/30fps (1/50,1/60 shutter) to get the motion blur or a higher shutter to get sharper images? This is the first time i'll be filming anything with this kind of speed. What is the consensus on filming fast objects? I'm sure i'll stop recording and take stills through out the race so i won't be taking frames from the footage. any feedback or tips or suggestions are greatly appreciated.