Hello guys, I have a question. I want to buy a Panasonic camera in the US, but I will mainly use it in Europe. The US models don't have 25p and 50p video modes — only 30p and 60p. Obviously, this is not a problem when shooting in the US, but in Europe the mains standard frequency is 50 Hz. Shooting 30p at the shutter speed of 1/60 and 60p at 1/120 will result in horrible flicker with artificial lights. Owners of Olympus cameras also have the same problem, because all Olympus cameras, even European models, have only 30p and 60p video modes. (I guess this is another way of Olympus saying that they don't really care about video...) I have read somewhere that shooting 30p at 1/50 or 60p at 1/100 eliminates the problem. Is that correct? I don't care about all that NTSC/PAL compliance stuff because my videos are intended for Web use only. I could buy a PAL model, but: a) they are more expensive b) 60p is better for slow motion. Thank you in advance.