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Well it is and it isn't. Actually, unless you are specifically looking for a 60FPS media, it's quite rare. Movies shot at 60fps are usually much higher quality and cover far more ground in time than they are able to capture in a 24 fps frame rate, giving you a "movie like" image, but they often don't look like a movie. You'll know exactly what I mean if you've seen the movies. They certainly look great. As a final film projection they're definitely the best option, and you can even 'cheat' and open up as many frames as you like. Movies filmed in 60 fps are a bit harder to find, but they're still out there. By the way, the 007 movies are 50fps. They're great but the only ones that come up in the search below are obviously fake. Why are movies shown in 24fps while 60fps looks more real? There's a few reasons. Primarily for practical reasons, and also because in movies, time plays a big part in where the camera is and what it's pointing at. So, having a frame rate of 24fps seems to make sense from a cinematography point of view as it allows for a much more smooth look to camera moves and other things like that. It also is a standard frame rate for videotape and video cameras, so that makes sense too. Even with current and future video cameras shooting 60 fps, the final film projection frame rate is 24fps, not 60fps. But, let's go deeper. Yes, 60fps is "more real" than 24fps. But does it really have to be? When you look at what's being done in most movies, and even sports, the camera is actually moving pretty fast in many places. Most all the action scenes you see in a movie are actually shot at 24fps. While the camera moves very fast, it's also not in focus and is changing in time in the frame. When you see this, you quickly realize that these scenes are "un-real" in the sense that they don't look like real life. For example, if you watch a football player run straight at you and you try to hit the ball with a bat, you wouldn't hit it. If you watch a baseball player hit the ball and it flies off to the right, you'd never get to it. It's the same with the camera. This isn ac619d1d87


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