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02-03-2008, 08:50 AM   #1
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20fps burst videos

Found these on youtube today.

YouTube - Pentax K20D Burst 1 - Pentax@PL TV
YouTube - Pentax K20D Burst 2 - Pentax@PL TV
YouTube - Pentax K20D Burst 3 - Pentax@PL TV
YouTube - Pentax K20D Burst 4 - Pentax@PL TV
YouTube - Pentax K20D Burst 5 - Pentax@PL TV

Looks like a K20D 10-17mm setup.

02-03-2008, 12:59 PM   #2
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That canít be 20fps, itís way to choppy. A movie (at the cinema) plays at 25fps and this wasnít even close.
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It's certainly not 3fps, either. I just assumed it was 20fps. Didn't even really think about that.

Maybe the FPS will be adjustable after all?
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I think the movie is in "slow motion", the guy filmed it at 21 fps but made the playback at 15 fps or so.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Gimbal Quote
That canít be 20fps, itís way to choppy. A movie (at the cinema) plays at 25fps and this wasnít even close.
Film is, I believe, at least 30 FPS.

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PAL TV = 25fps interlaced
NTSC = 29.97 fps interlaced
Film (as in at the movies) = 25 fps not interlaced.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Arpe Quote
PAL TV = 25fps interlaced
NTSC = 29.97 fps interlaced
Film (as in at the movies) = 25 fps not interlaced.
Actually, 35mm movies has a standard frame rate of 24 fps.
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I see a point in this....

QuoteOriginally posted by nosnoop Quote
Actually, 35mm movies has a standard frame rate of 24 fps.
OK its specialised, but if you wanted to analyse a tennis stroke or golf swing this is a neat way to do it. A cheap little P&S would never have the shutter speed for this.

A 1.6MP image is enough to review on an HDTV which would be useful enough!

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Actually, 35mm movies has a standard frame rate of 24 fps.
I knew that.
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How about a real world test, and not something shot in a pub? How about a sporting event, or an airshow?
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QuoteOriginally posted by Gunsotsu Quote
How about a real world test, and not something shot in a pub?

Maybe it was a test of a new scene mode, "Beer Goggles"?




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How do we even know they're not faked?
I could do that sort of thing rather easily.
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