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Next Level Slow-Motion Super Slow-Mo

Super Slow-mo mode on Galaxy Note9 and S9/S9+ lets you record videos in slow motion, making all your favorite moments cinematic. Whether you're going up for a slam dunk on the basketball court or your kids are running through the sprinkler, slow down and relive the memory with Super Slow-mo Mode.

What is Super Slow-Mo?

Thanks to an enhanced speed sensor on your Note9 or S9/S9+, Super Slow-mo lets you shoot at an incredible speed of 960 frames per second. You can show off your directorial skills by adding Super Slow-mo bursts to a video.

Note: Super Slow-mo only supports HD resolution. Limited to 20 shots per video with approximately 0.2 seconds of recording and 6 seconds of playback for each shot.

Super Slow-Mo (Auto)

If you want the best possible slow motion, use the Super Slow-Mo Auto mode. In this mode, the camera automatically detects motion and then slows it down. It also lets you add a slow-motion moment more than once per video. From the Camera app, select SUPER SLOW-MO. Make sure you have Auto selected. When you're ready, start recording. Hold your phone steady to start motion detection. When your camera detects movement in the square, it starts recording in Super Slow-mo. When you're done, stop recording.

Super Slow-Mo (Manual)

The Manual Super Slow-Mo version lets you manually activate slow motion. When you use this feature, there will be one slow motion effect per video. This will make the video a little less crazy. From the Camera app, select SUPER SLOW-MO. Make sure you have Manual selected. When you're ready, start recording. Hold your phone steady and when you're ready, touch Super Slow-mo to capture an action. When you're done, stop recording.

Super Slow-Mo Tips

Although Super Slow-mo is super advanced, there are still some things you will need to take into consideration when filming slow motion videos.

Check out the tips below to get the best results with Super Slow-mo.

  • Make sure there are no moving objects in the on-screen square (other than the object you're trying to record in Super Slow-mo) because it can trigger Super Slow-mo recording in Auto mode.

  • Avoid recording in flickering or fluorescent light, as it can trigger Super Slow-mo recording in Auto mode.

  • Record in an area with sufficient light. We recommend recording under LED lighting or sunlight. Recording in a dark setting will cause noise and may trigger Super Slow-mo recording in Auto mode.

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