|2008-12-15, 09:58 PM||#31|
Join Date: Jun 2002
Location: in my home theatre
sadly, I agree.
FPS is my other pet peeve. If you know how to anticipate (which is part of the art of photography itself) you don't need frame rate any faster than your finger can press the shutter button.
Heck, if you really need high frame rate, go buy an IMAX camera, one of the frame is bound to be a good shot (or if IMAX camera is too expensive, just get the Genesis digital motion picture camera recording 12.1MP at 24 fps... wait... dang! 12.1 MP is so yesterday, now youj need the 15 MP version of it)
THX, ISF, Control4 Certified Professional; CEDIA Trainer