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This may be how the Galaxy S9’s super slow mo feature could work

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Apparently the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ will be able to capture what Samsung is calling “super slow-mo” videos. The feature is said to make up the lack of a dual camera setup on the regular S9 and was first revealed when an image of the S9’s retail box was leaked.

Galaxy S9 Camera

A new report has shed some light on how the super slow-mo feature might work. The feature will have two methods of capture, the first being the regular method where you tap the shutter button to start recording the moment you want to capture in slow motion. For the second method, the user will need to tap the record button, but the camera will only record slow-motion video when something moves in the frame. In a way this would be similar to the rear-cam selfie mode that we have previously seen on Samsung’s phones, which automatically takes selfies once the camera detects faces inside an adjustable frame on the viewfinder.

Inspiration was apparently drawn from the Sony Xperia XZ, where it offers a mode where users can start recording a normal video, then tap on an additional button that shows up to take slow-motion at specific moments. The camera records regular videos at 30 fp on the Xperia XZ and speeds it up to 60 fps when the user taps the slow-motion button, and Samsung plans to implement it in a similar fashion.

Source: BGR

 

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