The product description says it only shoots in 30fps, but when I play the videos in AVS Video Editor it says the content is shot in 60fps.
I made a test video spinning in a chair in my room, and the version before uploading to YouTube had more details displayed during motion than the version uploaded to YouTube.
This is because YouTube discards half the frames to convert to 30fps.
Or maybe this is just the difference between 10,000kbps in AVS and 4,500kbps in YouTube.
What happened is I can read headlines on a magazine while spinning in AVS but not in YouTube.
I'm not sure if this difference is from the compression or from halving the frame rate.
Maybe I really need the 8 Gbyte version if I want to shoot in 60fps. I'm not sure.