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Yep another interesting fact, professional athletes (martial artists for example or boxers), professional gamers, f1 drivers, jet fighters all see a wider range of FPS because they conditioned their minds/bodies (knowingly or unknowingly) to high speed movement on a 24/7 basis
Its not like they see more "FPS", They process it faster and understand it faster.
Because of motion blur...
Plenty of info covering this on the net if you are looking for other sources and info.
Without this simulated effect each frame shows a perfect instant in time (analogous to a camera with an infinitely fast shutter), with zero motion blur. This is why a video game with a frame rate of 25-30 frames per second will seem staggered, while natural motion filmed at the same frame rate appears rather more continuous. Many modern video games feature motion blur, especially vehicle simulation games.
How Many FPS Can Your Eye See?
Not saying that, no...
With film shot at 24 fps, there is NATURAL motion blur. This is why movies and TV shot at 24 fps appear much more smooth than a video game at the same fps.
If you don't see motion blur while watching a movie... pause it (during fast action).