Does not drive into smoke
Join Date: Apr 2010
Location: Austin, TX
Are you going to use your camera in different modes, or are you looking for another camera?
Wide angle lens will create distortions, which can add some "dramatic" effect: "objects in video are slower than they appear". Personally, I don't like it.
High fps will create larger files and will require an SD card that can store data fast enough, but you get a more fluid image (the "soap opera effect"), compared with 24fps used in cinema.
I just got a GoPro Hero 2 for use on track, and it has 120fps which I look forward to trying out.
I'd suggest getting some video editing software (if you don't have any yet). You can always do some post processing after the filming, if you want to post your videos somewhere.