1. gourav mopidevi's Avatar
    i'm using L930 with latest W10 build...when i try to capture slow motion at night or in dim light condition....as soon as i press camera button light goes dim and camera start flickering(l mean sensor recieve very low light)...in day it doesn't flicker but still light is dim compare to normal video...
    12-09-2015 12:12 AM
  2. mighty haggis's Avatar
    i have the same problem with it going darker when i click record don't get flickering though,hav'nt tried it in daylight yet
    12-09-2015 12:43 AM
  3. gourav mopidevi's Avatar
    i have the same problem with it going darker when i click record don't get flickering though,hav'nt tried it in daylight yet
    hmmmm....yesterday i tried in street light, it was flickering...then tried in tube light same...but when i tried in morning(sun light)...light still goes dim but atleast its not flickering and output came out okay..
    12-09-2015 12:59 AM
  4. Chomiq's Avatar
    So you're aware of the fact that slow motion video is recorded at lower resolution? It's not a pro grade camera, it's a cellphone. Use slow motion in well lit environments.
    12-09-2015 03:06 PM
  5. gourav mopidevi's Avatar
    So you're aware of the fact that slow motion video is recorded at lower resolution? It's not a pro grade camera, it's a cellphone. Use slow motion in well lit environments.
    ya,i agree but iphone 6 record best slow motion in low light.
    12-16-2015 10:57 AM
  6. monedetoune's Avatar
    its by design. capturing 240 frames in 1 second limits the capability of the hardware to capture images in full detail and light, as well the artificial lights will flicker at certain frequencies which will clash with the 240fps video capture. even the latest iPhone has this flicker
    12-18-2015 08:55 AM
  7. r2SN's Avatar
    All the people saying the lights flicker in slow motion first check out the ALTERNATING CURRENT basics. The alternating current works in a wave form. The electricity supplied to all your street lighting and everything you use is in AC. The AC current switches its polarity +-+-+-+... multiple times per second,that's your frequency(50hertz) of alternating current. On.off.on.off.on...... So when you capture the video in slow motion that's faster than the frequency of AC waves,it results in so called flicker in your videos. But this is not the case in your DC current light sources(there is no wave).
    12-18-2015 09:15 AM
  8. r2SN's Avatar
    hmmmm....yesterday i tried in street light, it was flickering...then tried in tube light same...but when i tried in morning(sun light)...light still goes dim but atleast its not flickering and output came out okay..
    The sun's light output is not due to ALTERNATING CURRENT. Basic science101.
    12-18-2015 09:16 AM

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