I was just wondering why a lower FPS is preferred to a higher one (First off, it IS PREFERRED... right)
Any, it kinda goes against what Ive learned and read in the computer and gaming industry (just building PC's and gaming and the like...ect), where a higher FPS provides smoother gameplay if your hardware can support it that is.
On my video camera, I think the top quality mode is a 1080p, 24FPS mode (they call it the film mode), I guess it gives the closest look of a theater quality product of all the shooting modes in the camera. Oh and the cam is just a "consumer end user" , Canon Vixia HFS100. Its no Pro Cam, its not a RED, just a slightly higher end consumer grade cam. I feel like Im knocking it too much just there and I should't because it really does take very high quality video as long as your lighting is good..