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Old 06-23-2014   #23
craygc
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Originally Posted by v_roma View Post
You are essentially always shooting at 1/24 (for cameras that shoot 24 frames per second). Not enough to freeze fast moving subjects. Though, of course, not every photo needs this.
This is not correct. Video does not shoot continuously, it shoots discreetly. At 24 frames per second, each frame might, for example be 1/125 each. This would mean that you would have 1/125 of image capture time per frame followed by 4/125 of no capture time between frames. This is why in my previous post I was highlighting the ineffectiveness of this approach - @1/125 you are only capturing images 20% of the time.
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