Even if the DSLR was set to record video at 24fps and the audio files were recorded as 24-bit 48 kHz (or 16-bit 48 kHz) WAVs, if the timeline in the software is locked to 29.97 frames per second, you're bound to have sync issues.
MY TAKE: Oh Man, I can see shooting at 30fps and having the NLE set at 29.97 or vice versa, but shooting at 24fps and having the timeline set at 29.97, now that is plain idiotic. BTW, sync slippage is mostly due to recording codec problems, not "operator errors." The H.264 AVC/AVCHD/AVCCAM codec is especially prone to this.
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