Frame rate, measured in frames per second (FPS), is an image storage unit for digital still cameras, the number of recordings of motion pictures in video cameras. or the number of displayable images of various display units such as animated movies, where higher FPS will make the resulting animation smoother, and takes up more storage space.
FPS in Digital Cameras
On digital cameras there is a movie shooting mode, where the FPS shows how many shots the unit can record a movie. which is usually 25 FPS at 640*480 and in still shooting FPS section shows the number of shutter cycles that can be performed in 1 second.
FPS on Single Lens Reflex Digital Cameras
In digital single-lens reflex cameras, it shows the number of shutter cycles that can be performed in 1 second, which can be heard by the shutter sound. in some single-lens reflex digital cameras will be able to lock the reflection mirror As a result, the shutter can work more continuously. and make shooting faster and more frequent For a single-lens reflex digital camera, it has approximately 2.5 to 4 fps FPS.