...and I was so hyped on this at first too?
Well that was an unproductive comment?
I thought I heard them mention 120 in the video?
I have a Panny AGAC 160a that can over/undercrank, but its max frame rate is 60 fps. If I overcrank a shot, then slow it down further in AE or Premiere, do you think it will look more like it was shot at a rate higher than 60? Maybe even 80 or 120 fps?
Thank you in advance, Jeff!
I have a Panasonic agac 160a which has over/undercrank capability. It has a 3 position ND filter that I use for timelapse. I have major flicke/exposure problems as well. Does anyone know of a good tut for video cameras, because I've searched high and low, to no avail! Thanks!