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  1. I'm planning to permanently switch my frame rate to 50fps (or 60fps in NTSC). The shutter speed would be 50, 100, or higher accordingly. This is because I would like to have the option to apply slow motion during post production. With the increased number of frames and data available, I hope to smoothen the motion better than a software could, and continue to use a 25fps timeline. Am I missing any drawbacks or disadvantage when using this setting? Is there anything I should mind during filming or post production? Many thanks for your input!
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