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A trend has emerged in the market for premium smartphones. The premium smartphone is done with fingerprint scanners and the likes. This time there is something that smartphone manufacturers are focusing on - Slow motion Video capturing.
This is something new and is all about the camera. Unlike, security features like fingerprint scanner or other features the Slow motion video capturing is like the icing on the cake.
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This means that the highlight of the phone is the camera - slow motion video capture. There is emphasis on more high resolution slow motion capture of videos - like capturing something in detail. The slow motion video capture is all about the details that it can add to the video.
We look at 5 premium smartphones that come with slow-motion video capturing feature:
The Galaxy S7 series can shoot slow-motion videos at a resolution of 720p and 240fps, as well as 1080p videos at 60fps. It also has OIS making sure that the subject remains in focus if there are any disturbances while capturing images.
The Apple iPhone 6S has the ability to capture slow motion videos using the secondary 5MP camera. Users can choose between 1080p videos at 120fps or 720p videos at 240fps.
The primary camera on the Google Nexus 6P is a 12.3MP sensor with an aperture of f/2.0 and 1.55µm pixels. However, an important feature that the Nexus 6P really lacks is the OIS feature which is very essential for capturing slow-motion videos.
The Moto X Style can capture slow-motion videos. However, the quality of the videos captured is limited to 720p @ 120fps.
The LG V10 is not yet available in India. The LG V10's primary camera is a 16MP sensor and comes with an aperture of f/1.8, laser autofocus, and optical image stabilization. The slow-motion video capture is again limited to 730p @ 120fps mode. However, a highlight of the slow motion video capture is the manual video mode.