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Seeking advice for Video

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by inspector_tim, Jul 6, 2015.

  1. inspector_tim

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    Hello! Found myself looking around at videos shot via UAV's (Phantoms / Others)... I'm noticing that many of the videos are shot in 60 frames per second... and I'm wondering if there is an advantage to that? From a ground based video frame of mind, I'd want to shoot @ 24 frames per second... but, as I'm a still learning P3P pilot.. I'm wondering... why? I suppose I could capture in 60 and output in 24, but don't have much experience with 60 except to allow for a bit of slo mo during editing.. ?

    - What do you shoot in? Auto or ?
    - Are you shooting in 4k and converting via Sony/Premiere etc to 1080? (My reasonably good HP laptop gets a bit choked up with 4K) I have Sony Movie Studio Platinum (basic, but works OK).
    - Do you have any tips/techniques that you find helpful?

    I just received some ND and POL filters for the phantom.. I suppose I could slow down shutter via an ND to reduce sharpness, but had some aspirations for photos with the filters as well.

    Thanks in advance for your input!
     
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  2. Volantis

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    You might use 60 fps if you intend to slow down the speed of playback, but it won't help you if you just plain render at lower fps.