im sure someone has asked this before but a search of the forums didn't bring anything up.
Basically my Nikon D7000 has bit the dust, so after extensively looking at cameras I'm looking at buying a GH5. The only issue I have noticed when going into the shop to take a look is that u can only film 23.976 fps in NTSC (60hz). I live in the UK where we use PAL (50hz). So this has me a little worried. On Nikon and Canon (from what I've read) cameras allow u to use 24fps (23.976) in either PAL or NTSC. I'm not sure how that works for pal as it shouldn't but it does.
I'm under the impression that if I start filming in NTSC then want to say film in slow mo I'd need to stay NTSC for that aswell otherwise this can cause issues in your NLE (correct me if I'm wrong). This just has me corncerned due to light flicker, say if I want to use practical lighting but if I shoot at 60fps then I'd set my shutter speed normally to 1/120 but that would give me issues with practical lighting.
Can anyone tell me if they are shooting NTSC in a PAL country and have they managed to overcome any issues like this? or does anyone have an answer to calm my fears? It would be a disaster for me to buy a GH5 and then have these issues.