Cameron: 60 frames best for 3D

Cameron: 60 frames best for 3D

Increasing frame-rate of filming and projection from century-old 24 frames-per-second to 48-fps or even 60-fps will make a dramatic difference in film experience and eliminate issues for most of those people who are physically impacted by 3D, and it’s all easily do-able and cost-effective with digital cameras and projectors, filmmaker James Cameron said during his pre-lunch Keynote presentation at the annual 3D Entertainment Summit at the Hollywood& Highland center Wednesday (Sept. 21).

See Cameron’s explanation in three-minute video highlights below (Three more James Cameron videos here.)…

— By Scott Hettrick

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