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There are only two options to see every frame; play it slower, or get a display that can show it at its native frame rate. The only other way, is to ignore the excess frames. And the second option only works if all of the components in the signal chain can handle such a high frame rate. For example, if YouTube doesn’t support 360 FPS, you’ll only be able ...


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You aren't using lights which will show up flicker. Fluorescent lights are the worst, as their light output varies significantly with the mains frequency - so if you record at 60Hz in Europe where the mains runs at 50Hz you will see a very obvious 10Hz beat frequency. Halogen lights don't really flicker, as the filament remains white hot throughout the cycle....


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