Im about to pull the trigger on a new dslr - don't want to mention brands and models as my question isn't about Nikon vs Canon or anything along those lines. The two cameras I'm looking at are very similar and I'm leaning to the one that has slightly better low light sensitivity since that's very important to me for the kind of photography I'm doing. One feature keeps me guessing, however. Video is not the primary reason I'm getting a new dslr, but one camera (the one I'm not leaning towards) offers 720p video at 60 frames per second where the other offers no more than 30 fps video. I think both offer 1080p at 30 fps.
So the question is how much difference would that extra 30 fps offer for wakeboarding videos? I've heard 60 fps makes for smoother looking videos and allows you to do some cool slo motion sections. Opinions?