The following table helps you select a frame rate. It shows how far the subject will move between frames at various frame rates and what percentage of the subject length that movement is. The less movement between frames, the smoother the playback and the more frames you will have with the subject fully in the imaging area. Actual results also depend upon the lens you choose.
The valid exposure times are theoretical only and may or may not be supported on any given camera.
The next table helps you select an exposure setting. It shows how far the subject will move within a frame given different exposure settings. (Note, you can never have an exposure greater than 1/FPS.) The more the subject moves within a frame, the more blurry the subject will be. Strive for movement that is less than 10% of the subject length for the sharpest images. Of course, the shorter the exposure time, the more light you will need.
The valid frame rates are theoretical only and may or may not be supported on any given camera.