24 fps, 48 fps, 60 fps? Where will film making go?
I do not yet understand the controversy (hope to see The Hobbit in HFR soon). Many TV sports programs are shot in 720p/60 frames per second and I’ve shot video at 60 fps. I’ve also shot video at 24 and 30 fps. Each has its place. And what about high frame rate video games which are now common?
I suspect that 60 fps will become a future standard (sorry 50 fps viewers). The 48 fps is interesting but when will we see 48 fps HDTVs or 48 fps DVDs for the home?
Here’s another interesting – and positive commentary – on the HFR 48 fps 3D version of The Hobbit.