And look, that's fine. But if you're trying to "win" here or something, it won't happen. And, despite how it might "seem," I'm not trying to "win" anything either. I'm just trying to get my point across. To that…
Sure. Some people don't need > 60 FPS. But what do you do when you do need more than 60? What do you do when you want to get impact to check Key #3 and you're only getting the clubhead a foot before or after the golf ball?
So are people's phones.
Here's what I recommend:
Use a tablet with your phone.
There you go - and even if you have to buy a cheap iPad or something (and then, bonus! you've got an iPad too) - for the cost of a Live View camera, you've got a better, more versatile setup that does 60 FPS… but also does 120, 240, 4K video (most smart phones), etc. And you have an iPad.
I gave a lesson to a 72-year-old guy that had videos of his swing on his phone. I don't think phones are as hard to use as you're making it out to be. And, you still have to use a phone, because the Live View is just the camera.
Sure. But also…
You get to, but again, I feel I've pretty effectively told you why I disagree with you:
It's a separate device. You have to specifically bring it with you. That's really not true of phones.
It's limited to 60 FPS. I can record at 60 FPS on my phone if I want. But I have the option to go up should I ever want to.
It's got its own battery. More to worry about charging (most people know what their cell phone is, and have chargers for it lying about).
It's $350. For about that cost, you can get a new iPad mini, or a slightly older generation iPad. And then, you've got an iPad too!
MirrorVision and other apps out there do all that the Live View app does, so you're not losing out on anything there.
Again, man, you can disagree.
But so can I.