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Which camera is better to use for static angles (turns, start, finish, springboards). Found a cheap SQ11, or the picture will not be very good?
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Commentary on diecast races seems to go one of two ways. What's your preference and insight?
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With static cams, you will want a fast shutter speed and high frame rate (depending on how fast the cars are) as they will tend to look very blurry as they are moving and the camera isn't. If you can get something that can shoot 120FPS at a shutter speed of 1/240th then you should be ok.
Who can demonstrate difference between 60 FPS and 120 FPS on his track racing.