DSLR Video Recording: HD movies and what you absolutely have to know

    | Photography Tutorials | Tutorials | 08/10/2012 15:28pm

    What are frame rates?


    DSLR Video Tips: frame rates explained

    Your digital camera features a whole range of frame rates and resolutions, but which one should you choose for the best results?

    Select the highest resolution in order to capture the very best picture quality (1080p, ideally), then 25fps, which is the ‘PAL’ broadcasting standard in the UK.

    Depending on the model, your camera may feature a 24fps option, which is a cinema standard that’s designed to give a more filmic look. Faster frame rates (such as 50fps) should be used if you want to slow it down for smoother results.

    PAGE 1: Common questions about DSLR video recording
    PAGE 2: A simple setup for shooting DSLR video
    PAGE 3: What are they key DSLR video controls?
    PAGE 4: How to pace your HD movies?
    PAGE 5: What are frame rates?


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    Posted on Monday, October 8th, 2012 at 3:28 pm under Photography Tutorials, Tutorials.

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