Thanks to its advanced cameras, the Galaxy S9 can record videos at astounding 960 frames per second (fps). To put it in perspective, you now have the ability to capture the world around you in a way that used to require expensive professional camera equipment. And that's just the tip of the iceberg.
The S9's Super Slow-Mo features many extras that make it a one stop shop for recording, editing and sharing slow motion video. Because of all these abilities, messing around with this camera function can be a bit intimidating. So we'll go into more detail about its features, so come to us and explore all the little tidbits about Super Slow-mo.
Tip # 1
: Use a Tripod If You Can
While filming in Super Slow -mo, it's very important to keep the S9 as calm as possible, since shocks can upset your recording and prevent it Movements are detected when auto recording is set. Whenever possible, we recommend that you use a tripod to maximize the effectiveness of Super Slow-mo.
Super slow-mo in the camera app is set to auto -record by default, but you can easily set it to manual recording by clicking on that Touch the text box next to the trigger. The Auto Record mode uses a white target box that turns golden when the shutter button is pressed to indicate that it is ready for recording. Any quick movement within the square triggers the automatic recording.
Auto mode has some drawbacks – slow, incremental movements within the target box, for example, do not always trigger automatic recording. In addition, tiny objects such as raindrops often can not trigger slow motion. So, if you want a little more control, manual recording may be a better option, as you can record in Super Slow-Mo at will, increasing your chances of capturing moments more accurately.
To capture the likelihood of having the right moment in Super Slow-mo To increase it even further, your S9 offers you the option of Take, which can record multiple bursts of Super Slow-mo in one recording.
When this option is selected in conjunction with automatic recording, multiple Super Slow-mo clips are recorded as long as the destination box detects movement and only stops when you stop recording. Manual recording works in the same way, although you must manually tap the shutter button each time you want to record a scene in Super Slow-mo.