Fps 30,45 or 60

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just figured out how to switch the fps setting but not really sure what one to actually use. I understand faster is better for slowing down post filming. Other than that what should We be using?
 
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If you're not doing slow-motion post work, 24fps would not only save space with smaller files, but would also give you a more cinematic look.

60fps may be good for sports and video games and such, but for film I really think it's too smooth/slippery? looking.
 

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