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DSLR Frame Rates – New Episode

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In this
DSLR podcast Robbie Carman and Richard Harrington discuss the various frame rates available on today's DSLR Cameras such as the Canon 7D. Learn what rates to use for proper film looks, slow motion and other special effects, PAL or NTSC.

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DSLR Frame Rates – New Episode Republished by Richard Harrington


Posted by: Richard Harrington on Dec 22, 2010 at 10:48:00 amComments (2) DSLR Video

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Re: DSLR Frame Rates – New Episode
by Richard Harrington
No. It is 60P. It allows for overcranking.

Richard M. Harrington, PMP

Author: From Still to Motion, Video Made on a Mac, Photoshop for Video, Understanding Adobe Photoshop, Final Cut Studio On the Spot and Motion Graphics with Adobe Creative Suite 5 Studio Techniques
Re: Blog: DSLR Frame Rates – New Episode
by Jonathan Ziegler
So, I keep reading that the 60fps on a Canon is actually 60i which would be 30fps interlaced, but if that's the case, why would I need the higher shutter speed? I'm a little confused, is the 60 on my T2i actually 60 fields per second interlaced (30 interlaced frames per sec) or is it 120 fields per second (60 frames per second)? Oh, and I realize that it would be 59.94 frames per sec not 60 (wow, can this get any more confusing? ;).

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