I understand that the general rule for general scene is you shutter speed should be double your fps. So if you are shooting at 24 fps, the ideal shutter speed is 1/48. Are there any time or any specific scene where it's not a bad idea, and is actually prefer to make your shutter speed faster than double your fps? So if your fps is 24, you would shoot at something like 1/200. I'm trying to shoot some naturescape scenery at 24 fps. There's hardly any movement in the scene except when there's wind (tree branches would be blowing left and right), or if I'm shooting a river or waterfall. To simplify it further, I will not be panning. Would shooting these scene at a high (1/200, or 1/500, etc...) shutter speed make the scene looks worse, or less natural than shooting at 1/48 or 1/50? I'm trying to not rely on variable nd filters. Since these have an adverse affect on wide and ultra wides focal length. Thanks. Edit: This is for video.