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“We are indoctrinated to associate [24 FPS] with high-budget, sophisticated productions, but it will not change the fact that the "film look" of 24 FPS video is ultimately a compression artifact. Continued use of this standard for contemporary purposes is little more than an Instagram-style "nostalgic filter," as garish and unexamined as a sepia-toned screenshot of an instant message conversation from a smartphone.”—From “The Artifice of Videography at 24 Frames per Second,” an editorial by Jesse England published on Rhizome.
Can somebody care to explain what is your problem with seeing something shot in 48fps? People say it always better in HD yet when you see a movie in the theater literally shot in HD format which means it’s frame rate is higher than 24fps? Most HD TVs you watch are about 50fps so I don’t understand how you are complaining that the movie looks to life like?