shooting slow motion

Here are five tips on how to get the most out of your high frame rate videography when shooting at 60 frames per second and higher.

When diving into videography with your favorite digital camera — whether that’s a Canon DSLR or a mirrorless offering — you’ll have some decisions to make about the frame rate you’re going to record at. If you’re planning to eventually export your final projects at 24fps or 30fps (the former being your most cinematic choice), shooting at 60fps or higher offers some interesting possibilities for your project, but also a few workflow issues.

Let’s explore the five things you need to know about shooting at 60fps or higher in your video projects.

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