My first time posting here, I did scour recent posts on my question but still have some questions. I am a fairly experienced photographer but I am shooting more and more video. I am shooting a video for some friends on a very sunny ski slope in Tahoe. It's not commercial work but I want to get the best quality possible. I'm shooting in custom flat cinestyle, and will be color grading in Premiere. My subject will be skiing some jumps etc, then stopping to talk into camera. I want to produce 24 fps at 1080 for the final output.
Shoulder rigged Canon 70D with cage, 24-105 L lens, .6 B +W ND filter and probably a B+W circ polished filter.
Tripod mounted 5D3 with a 70-200L, circ pol, probably small aperture to make focus easier, unattended B cam. With a Gopro 4 silver mounted on the shoe as a failsafe.
My questions are: should I shoot at 30 fps @ 1080 on the 70D? Or 60 fps and lose some resolution since the subjects will be moving fast then stopping to talk? I will have ND filters etc. For my B cams they will be setup to catch the interview so should I leave them at 30 fps?
The gopro also has an ND filter, so I was thinking just leave that at 2.7k and 30 fps.
I know this sounds crazy, but I am used to a one person crew with multi cams for editing flexibility. I mainly want to get the 70D right beacause it will be my main camera, catching both action and interview. Thanks in advance for any input.