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Slowing down video vs higher framerate recording

What is the difference between slowing down the video in software compared to actual shooting at higher framerate? For example, i have a camera that shoots at 60fps and want to slow it down to ...
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In video, can previous frames effect results seen in subsequent shots?

While watch a shot on YouTube at .25 normal speed, I noticed two distinct images of the rocket fired at the ship from (25-26s). Is this an effect of the video, the film, or the result of a video ...
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Handling Frame Rate for Movies with Slow Motion

I know that 24fps is the standard rate for movies. Presumably, if I want to shoot for a movie I should shoot at 24fps, however if I want to add slow motion effects in the movie I know that I need to ...
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What is the max video fps Nikon D5100?

I want to play around with slo-mo videos but don't have proper gear for it. Is there a way to get my D5100 to shoot at a high fps (maybe by reducing the video res)?
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720p 60fps playing in slow motion need real time speed?

I just got a kodak playsport zx5 and shot some video of a volleyball game at 720p 60fps. I figured since the ball was moving so fast i'd need the 60fps to capture the games clearly. I just downloaded ...