“You can get some nice loo


“You can get some nice looks, but if you really want to shoot a film look, you should use film.”

I disagree. I think if you want a film look it’s more important to light your scene like films, implement smooth camera movement and shallow DoF, and apply some color grading. If you do all that with 60i, I highly doubt anyone will complain, or even realize, that it’s not 24p.

And yes, 60p is supported by Final Cut, although I don’t think many people output 60p. There’s nothing stopping you from doing so, but I think most people plan to shoot 60p and drop that footage into a 30p or 24p timeline to achieve a super clean slow-mo.

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