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Frame rate of movie file

What is the frame rate of movie file?

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Re: Frame rate of movie file

The DiMAGE E223 can capture a movie at 15 frames per second. When a movie is captured while the video output is used in PAL mode, the frame rate is 12.5 fps.

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