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Negatives of filming in 100fps?


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I am planning on shooting some holiday footage using a Sony Alpha 6600 soon and want the ability to be able to slow down footage for the smooth slow-mo effect.

I was wondering, other than the increased bit rate/shorter record time when filming in 100fps what other negatives are there? If I knew I had enough SD cards and regularly dumped footage off them would I have the freedom of shooting everything in 100fps in case I wanted to slow it down whilst having no disadvantage in tje final video if I chose not to slow it down? Would movement at normal speed at 100fps look somewhat unnatural or is this not a factor I need to worry about?


Any other negatives please let me know.



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