Originally Posted by shlver
Being projected at 48 fps and being shot at 48 fps are two different things. I think films are shot at 24 fps, and each frame repeated twice, making it 48 fps. The difference is we have each slide capturing a different image running at 48 fps. Less motion blur means less imperfections making people see it as "too fake."
Lmao what. That doesn't happen, all that would do is make the whole thing look janky.
When people talk about 48fps they obviously mean the entire thing, so shot in 48fps and projected in 48fps. Not one or the other.