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  1. Hi everyone, I will be shooting my brother's wedding this weekend (there is a pro photographer who'll be taking picures so my job is of secondary importance and it's basically to have some footage to turn into a music video). Anyway:), I have a question regarding the shutter speed. I do realize it should ideally be double fps, but I will be shooting at 30p and I know that the lights at the venue flicker at 60fps, so which would be the lesser evil: to increase my shutter to, say, 1/70 or decrease it to 1/50? Or maybe other values? How significantly would it affect the footage? Let's, for the sake of the argument, ignore the fact that I can shoot 24p. I'd appreciate any suggestions. Thanks, Paul
  2. Hi, I have a question about GH4. it can record 4k@25-29fps with an average of 70-90mbs according to my test, does it mean that 25fps mode has better quality than 29,97 ? Less frames so better quality per frame as it's the same data rate per second for the two settings ?
  3. Hello All -    this is a really basic question, so if there is a good/easy resource - can you please just send me the link and I will go and read etc?   I have a new sony rx100 II. Yay!   From user guide: When you create AVCHD discs from movies recorded in [60p 28M(PS)]/[50p 28M(PS)], [60i 24M(FX)]/[50i 24M(FX)] or [24p 24M(FX)]/[25p 24M(FX)], it will take time as the image quality must be converted. To save [60p 28M(PS)]/[50p 28M(PS)], [60i 24M(FX)]/[50i 24M(FX)] or [24p 24M(FX)]/[25p 24M(FX)]movies without converting the image quality, use Blu-ray discs.      In the record setting on the menu of the camera: 60i 24M(FX) 60i 17M(FH) 60p 28M(PS) 24p 24M(FX) 24p 17M(FH)   I understand (i think!) the basics of interlaced vs progressive...   Background - at the moment, i am mainly shooting wierd little clips i see and family stuff - not yet into serious film/video making..   So, some questions: - what do the above acronyms/nomenclature mean?   - when would i shoot interlaced vs progressive?   - when would I use the above settings over the other for any reason? Is there a setting I would just leave it on 95% of the time? Does the answer depend I guess on what media I want to put the video onto in the future? If it just stays on the computer and I stream/watch via say apple TV I guess that bit doesn't matter.    - at some point, I'll be back in Australia where PAL is used. Does this sway the answer at all?   Or is it simply - shoot in 24p (one of them above - what is 24m vs 17m?) - and worry about it later??:)   Thanks for any help/answers.   Brett  
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