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Not unless you've spent about $90,000 on the camera, in which case you would probably know enough about video that you wouldn't need to ask the question.
mayhaps the question should be...
why do you want more than 30fps?
is there something you want to do with say 48fps?
Nothing special Don, I just wanted to know. Im new to this so I have to learn.
Thanks for your answers!
You can make it play faster, if that is what you want. But it is still only 30 frames per second. It skips frames to accomplish the task.
The benefit of recordinng at faster fps is that it allows a true slo-mo recording when played back at 30 fps. Some advanced film cameras can actuaully shift fps from within 1 shot.
Like the HVX 200.... Up to 50fps PAL.
Thanks for all the answers guys!