Micheal, thank you for the answer, it was really useful and clarified the situation for me.
Thank you for the answer, by the way.
Not much. 25 fps and 60 fps were just examples. I am wondering if there is a notable difference between a footage shot at a particular fps and a footage shot at a higher fps and viewed/exported (again if there is difference also between these two) at that particular fps. I mean if we just shot at the same shutter speed what will happen then?
So in case we cannot shoot raw, if we exposure correctly the image we can change the colour temperature, for example in overcast daylighto we set for 2700K, like you said, we won't loose any information of color on editing, right?