PPF And Frame Rate

Every PPF study I've ever read records stationary subjects. Has anyone ever tried to figure out what effect frame rate could have on PPF?

In other words, what PPF do I need to identify a human subject moving at walking speed? What if my subject is running, or on a bicycle? Does having 60FPS, like the new Samsung cameras have, make a difference?

My feeling is that it shouldn't matter much, but I'd like to know if anyone ever tried it out.

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