Galaxy S9/S9+: What is Super Slow Mo, and how is it different from Slow Motion Video?

Last Update Date : May 14. 2018

Super Slow Mo (960fps) is an option that allow users to record videos using a high-speed camera at 960fps, and to capture moments that the human eye can’t normally see by playing them 32 times slower than normal videos (30fps) and 4times slower than videos shot with the existing Slow Motion option (240fps).

 

• Normal Video (30fps): Video is played at the same speed as the actual movement.

 

• Slow Motion Video (240fps): Video is played 8 times slower than normal one, similar to the typical movie, commercial, or sports speed.

 

• Super Slow Motion Video (960fps): Images are played 32 times slower than normal ones, capturing small changes in facial expressions and minute movements of fast-moving objects.

 

 

Galaxy S9/S9+: What is Super Slow Mo, and how is it different from Slow Motion Video?

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