This video was not uploaded in 60fps because it is only addressing the process of slowing down footage that was recorded at 60fps to 24fps and qualifying how slow that is. If the footage was recorded at 60fps and then rendered in 60fps, it would not be slowed down at all.
If you are still confused as to why this video is not uploaded in 60fps, this video on how to make your 60fps footage into slow motion video may help you understand:
Slow motion soda can doom:
Slow motion playlist:
Many new video cameras are capable of recording 720p video at 60fps, and this is sometimes advertised as slow motion video, but how slow is this slow motion video? how good does it look? I answer these questions in my video. And I destroy a soda can with a chain saw.
Some popular cameras with 720p 60fps capabilities:
GoPro HD Hero 2 & 3
Nikon D3200 and D5200
And a lot more but I'm too lazy to look them all up. - if you have a list would you message it to me? or comment if it's short enough (you know, 500 character limit)
Recorded with a Nikon D3200 w/ Nikon ME-1 Mic & Nikkor AF-S DX VR 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6G Lens & Nikkor AF-S DX 35mm f/1.8G Prime Lens & Nikkor AL MF FX 50mm f/1.4 Lens
Edited in Adobe Premiere Elements 10
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