« on: May 11, 2012, 12:20:16 PM »
I would stick with 30fps at 1080p because it allows you to crop in post(if you want). It'll be plenty smooth. It'll be hard to make it look film-like in post at 60fps, because it necessitates a faster shutter speed, even if you were to drop frames.
F11, seems reasonable. With a shutter speed of 1/50 or 1/60. I'd use the sunny or cloudy white balance setting depending on what you get. They work pretty well outside. Pay close attention to your screen, because it's very easy to blow out the highlights shooting metallic things in the sun. You, should zoom in on bright spots to make sure they aren't being clipped. Although, if you are in bright sunshine, some clipping will be inevitable if you want any detail in the shadows.