i could be wrong.
all video.. even hi def has blurred frames in between the sharp ones..
i noticed this since i work with both live action footage and cg (2d or 3d ) animated footage..
in order to make the cg footage match the look of the live action footage.. even 4k.. i end up adding a little blur in post.
simillarly when slowing down footage in post.. video can only go so far.. since it has all those blurred frames.. where as animated renders can be slowed down in post by almost 100% or more(it starts getting choppy.. but still crystal clear).. well unless you rendered with motion blur.
I'd suggest the following:
1) using videos of very slow movement.. to minimize the number of blurred frames.. that your photogrammetry algorithm has to deal with.
2) manually select specific frames that are crystal clear and remove the rest..
3) shoot at higher frame rates ( http://gizmodo.com/why-frame-rate-matters-1675153198 )
4) use some other tool to remove the motion blur from the inbetween frames.. http://www.mecs-press.org/ijmecs/ijmecs-v2-n1/IJMECS-V2-N1-03.pdf (will see if i find a better link)