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  • #16
    I for one like the 24p look, if used correctly, and shot on film. If you ever do 720p make sure to shoot at 60p if you want to have the "video look" or 1080i. If you shoot in 24p, 30p, your footage will stutter on pans.

    The film industry uses 24p because they already have a workflow and they don't need to do extra frames during the DI if they have to do any compositing.

    Video always wants to emulate film, but in my opinion we're not going to get there as film has great dynamic range compared to video. Obviously video has its upsides, such as good performance under low light, easier data management (no need to scan film) etc.

    Whoops sorry for getting off topic :(

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