Need video setting advice....not a seasoned camera/video kind of guy

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As a new P3A owner I am slowly getting the hang of flying, although flying out of sight still frightens me at the moment! What I was to do is to be able to take good quality video of scenery, buildings, people etc....but all the research I have done with regards to shutter speed/frames per second leaves me very confused. My package came with three ND filters and id like to know when/how to use them but the amount of information online is almost too much....with varying opinions.

Main questions: When shooting with slow movement and static objects, what kind of shutter speed/how many frames per second would be best? How do I change the frames per second? I see people saying that the ND filters allow you to bring down shutter speed...what the heck does that mean? Can anyone nutshell this for me?

I do know I want to keep the ISO as low as possible....thats all I know! Just really dont know much of anything about how to get the best results for the particular conditions.
 
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Look up Frederick Hagan on YouTube. He has some great videos that explain different camera settings and using ND filters. Good luck!
 

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