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    Hi, forgive me if this question is in the wrong section and please move to a more appropriate one if necessary.

    I'm about to shoot my first short on my iPhone and I'm using 2 great apps, Filmic Pro for general shots and the wonderful Luma for steadycam action.

    My issue, well more of a concern is that in Filmic Pro I can shoot at 24p but Luma only allows me to shoot at 30p. I realise that to the human eye there is virtually no difference and I certainly can't see anything different but still I am wondering if it would be best just to set Filmic pro to 30p and have everything the same or just mix and match.

    I realise this is quite a trivial question but it's been bothering me for a few days now.


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    I would shoot it all at 30fps.

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    Thanks for the reply.

    I was thinking the same thing but wasn't quite sure.

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