Thanks to Apple’s new A11 Bionic chipset featuring an enhanced image signal processor, latest iPhone models make it a cinch to capture fast-moving action in ultra slow motion at 240 frames per second, here’s how.
The iPhone X is a powerful new beast. Whether you are still debating on whether to get the new phone, or if you just want to know what makes this device stand out, I’ve taken a look at the 25 best features of the iPhone X.
Slow motion videos are one of the fun aspects of using your iPhone for videogprahy. You can record videos in 120 or 240 frames per second and then watch it play back in a much slower manner than it typically would.
On the other hand, if you don’t use your iPhone to capture video, getting the video files from your other devices to transform into slow motion is a little trickier. Fortunately, iMovie for Mac can convert your videos into slow motion, and in this tutorial, we’ll show you how.
It’s been a while since Apple released any new ‘Shot on iPhone’ work by its fans in the form of slideshow videos. This morning, however, a pair of new clips surfaced on the company’s official channel on YouTube, each running fifteen seconds long and highlighting videos scenes captured on an iPhone using a slow-motion feature.
Each clip highlights work by a different user, one located in Tel-Aviv, Israel and the other in Greater Sudbury of Canada’s Ontario.
The iPhone iSight camera has received several remarkable improvements over the year, headlined by its ability to shoot 4K video. Another big feature is its ability to shoot slow motion videos in 1080p. Older iPhones, like the iPhone 6, were only capable of shooting “Slo-mo” videos in 720p resolution. With new iPhones, you can now enjoy slow motion videos in full HD glory.