Topic: You ever mix up your frames?
Most of us film in 15 fps and for most brick films that speed is pefectly fine. If an animation is jerky it's usually due to poor animation and not the 15 fps.
I like 15 fps but I think its a bit choppy for genuine camera work like panning and craning. I'm thinking of doing my panning shots in 24 fps but doing the bulk of the animation where the camera is still in 15 fps (like static walking scenes).
Has anyone tried this before? Does it work? Of course I need to slow the movement down in the 24 fps so that it blends with the 15 fps but I think this is the only way to get really smooth camera movement.