Panasonic AF101 VS After Effects - Variable Frame Rates


I have recently bought a Panasonic AG-AF101 and would like to use it to shoot slow motion footage for post work in After Effects.

I am using a Samurai external recording device and am having some trouble understanding how the footage works - both to the recording device, and once imported into after effects.

Is the camera and Samurai able to record at 50 frames per second in 1080/25p mode? If I am understanding my results so far, the camera imbeds 50 progressive frames into 50 interlaced fields.

Is there someone who can give me some advice on how the shooting of footage at 50FPS can be used for slow motion?

Thank you

Pierre Devereux

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