Has anyone used a 24fps rate for vacation video like a Disney Trip video? I've always used 29.97 for everything I do but I've always wanted to try 24fps because of everything I've heard about the "film look". Any tips? Anything I should keep in mind? Some questions/comments for starters: --Does it work for a "vacation style" video or is 24fps usually reserved for certain other styles? --I assume it will look odd if I try to combine my footage with the footage of someone else shot at 29.97 fps, but I don't think I'll be doing that. --I will ultimately be making some blu-ray dvd's of the video, but I will also need to upload to Facebook/Youtube. Do those sites accept 24fps without ruining the quality? --I have Sony Vegas, so I'm sure I can do the editing. --I have done quite a bit at 29.97 fps so I understand the basics of shutter speed = 2x frame rate, keep iso at 160 multiples, turn down the contrast/sharpness on the picture style, etc. --I don't want to mess something up for lack of knowledge and not have any usable footage. But on the other hand, this is not a family vacation trip. I'm actually going down next week as a chaperone for my son's band trip. Since I'm supposed to have a lot of free time on my hands while the kids roam the park (we'll see) I wanted to take this time to experiment photographically. So nobody but me will be dissapointed if the video doesn't turn out. Thanks for your help.