I usually record in 24 fps or 30fps using the 180 degree shutter rule for smooth motion blur.
On a recent trip I was recording hand-held footage of landscapes in high wind, which resulted in quite a lot of camera sway. I found that Resolve did a good job of stabilising the footage, but the resulting clips looked quite soft because of the motion blur left-over from the camera movement.
This left me thinking: if the main source of movement is likely to be camera shake (that will be stabilised in post) rather than motion of the subject, would results be dramatically improved with a faster shutter speed?
Are there accepted best practices on this?