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  1. I'm just getting into shooting stock photography after a long career as a commercial photographer. I have a couple of quick questions about video quality. My Nikon Z6 shoots great 1080p video at up to 120fps, and that's been great for what ever video needs I had in my commercial career. However, the frame rate at 4K tops out at 30fps. For stock sales, what percent of sales are at 4K, and what about high frame rate video? Is it worth upgrading to something that shoots 4K at 60fps?
  2. Hi everyone! I've been trying to figure out why some of my 4K videos got rejected, and other didn't. The standard 16:9 resolution for cinema is 4096 x 2304. However, there are different aspects that are also considered 4K. Yesterday, I uploaded my new animated Valentine's Day card and got it rejected with this message: Resolution / Aspect -- Clip is a non-standard resolution or is pillarboxed, letterboxed or matted. I have serched the forums but found nothing under the "4K" tag. Is there anything I am missing out here? Thank you.
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