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Even if you weren’t shooting for slo-mo, I wouldn’t go below 1/120th if you’re shooting at 60fps. When shooting 30fps, the shutter is usually 1/60. At 24fps the shutter is 1/48. So it makes sense to shoot at 1/120 when shooting 60fps when you’re shooting for real-time playback.
For slo-mo, I’d go way faster than 1/120. I’ve shot with the 7D at 1/1250. We were going for a choppy look rather than preppy for slo-mo, but the footage would work well it slowed down with Twixtor or something.