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  1. Hello All, When using our DSLR to capture video, are you typically using 1080p 30,50 or 60fps? Do you change it when shooting macro vs. WA? If so why? I know if you want to slow something down in Post production you should shoot at a higher FPS rate but is that the only reason? I am not shooting in 4K and don't plan to be anytime soon. I plan only to share things via the Web or output to a standard TV occasionally. Also are you manually white balancing every 10-12 feet or so or leaving it in auto? I'm shooting with a D7200, Kraken Video lights in a Nauticam housing. Just finding my footing with this setup and looking for what others are doing to help reduce the learning curve. Thanks, Hank
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