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Video frame rates: 24FPS vs. 30FPS vs. 60FPS explained

Video frame rates: 24FPS vs. 30FPS vs. 60FPS explained

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Which shooting frame rate should I use, and when should I use it? The first phones that came with a camera that could capture video were an amazing breakthrough. No longer did you need to lug around a second camera if you wanted to make sure you could grab a quick video of something memorable or cool. Sure, the quality was pretty bad, but it was a whole lot better than nothing. Today the cameras in phones like the iPhone 8 or Google Pixel 2 can grab amazing video. It's clear, smooth, and almost as good as a standalone mid-range video camera. They also have a lot more options than the older models did, and now things can get even more confusing with the ability to shoot at 24FPS (frames per second), 30FPS, or 60FPS. When should you use each? Don't overthink it Here's the best place to start. If you scour the web while asking this very question, you'll find a million different answers, but one piece of advice always stands out: Shoot everything in 30FPS or 60FPS all of the time....