Some like to shoot at a high frame-rate such as 60fps, others like to use 24fps to get the "cine effect". I suggest here to shoot at the highest rate you can then produce to get the effect you want. I shot this video using the 1080/60p mode in my Panasonic HDC-HS700, but produced it as MPEG files at 15, 24, 30, and 60fps then combined them and produced the final product at 60fps. Director Douglas Trumbull, known for the visual effects in "2001: A Space Odyssey" and winner this year of a lifetime achievement Oscar is a champion of high frame-rates. He said of his earlier frame-rate experiments "When we shot test films at 24, 36, 48, 60, 66 and 72 frames a second, we didn't have words in English that describe the phenomenon. We immediately saw a profoundly different kind of experience happening up around 60 frames: The surface of the screen became like a window into reality." Judge for yourself which rate gives the effect you like the best. The subject is the noon AIKIDO practice in the Faculty Glade at the UC Berkeley.