Getting a Grip on the 4K Video Conversation

Started Feb 7, 2014 | Discussions thread
amtberg Veteran Member • Posts: 5,758
Re: Except I'd rather NOT shoot video

dougjgreen1 wrote:

amtberg wrote:

dougjgreen1 wrote:

And why would I wish to shoot 8 MP stills at a high frame rate, when I can shoot 16 MP stills that are much better, one shot at a time.

Even the best photographer is unlikely to drop the shutter on THE perfect moment, as compared to the photographer blazing away at 24 or 30 frames per second ... for hours on end.

The photographer who is blazing away at 30 frames per second is unlikely to properly set the shutter speed for the optimal still image that either freezes motion, or maximizes the visible effect of motion blur in any selected still image that they extract from the aforementioned video stream. For a still image photographer, they are FAR more likely to do so. as it's actually quite simple to do if you are NOT shooting video at the time.

You can change aperture and shutter speed while shooting video, just as you can for stills, so that argument doesn't hold much water.

Shooting video for the purpose of extracting stills would be a very different experience from normal video shooting for this very reason.  You don't have to worry about video stabilization or restrict yourself to the usual shutter angles.

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