1. saurabhg's Avatar
    Is it possible to capture slow motion video on Lumia devices like iPhone 5s.
    Or for slow motion videos it requires some specific camera . If video player like moli can play video in slow motion then i think mobiles it can record too
    But with specific camera . With existing devices it not possible
    Am i correct?
    12-16-2013 11:42 PM
  2. Mr Lebowski's Avatar
    Lumia's don't have video cameras with slow motion option, they are very very basic.
    12-17-2013 12:00 AM
  3. Laura Knotek's Avatar
    I don't think so, based upon this thread.
    saurabhg likes this.
    12-17-2013 12:00 AM
  4. jojoe42's Avatar
    Lumia's don't have video cameras with slow motion option, they are very very basic.
    I would disagree, Nokia Camera has pretty extensive settings for a phone

    In relation to the thread, and also to Laura our only hope is that they remove the current software/firmware limitation later on - given how powerful the hardware is on the 92x series and 1020, I wouldn't be surprised if they could support a faster framerate
    saurabhg likes this.
    12-17-2013 12:44 AM
  5. saurabhg's Avatar
    Does iPhone 5s have specific camera hardware for slow motion or its just software ?
    12-17-2013 01:59 AM
  6. saurabhg's Avatar
    I don't think so, based upon this thread.
    so based on that thread , if ms allows to record video @ 60fps than only its possible
    Wish wp8.1 come with this option too
    Laura Knotek likes this.
    12-17-2013 02:08 AM
  7. Mr Lebowski's Avatar
    I would disagree, Nokia Camera has pretty extensive settings for a phone

    In relation to the thread, and also to Laura our only hope is that they remove the current software/firmware limitation later on - given how powerful the hardware is on the 92x series and 1020, I wouldn't be surprised if they could support a faster framerate
    Video settings ? Nokia Camera yes but video ? OK if you think so.
    I think the few settings VIDEO has make it kinda basic IMO.

    No point in arguing what "extensive" means in setting the Nokia Camera Video, it doesn't have slo -mo or exposure compensating, or WB it does have resolution / fps and a bass boost and framing grids. The basic camera's video does have WB and continuous focus on/off but Nokia Camera Video doesn't.
    Last edited by Mr Lebowski; 12-17-2013 at 04:25 PM.
    12-17-2013 04:11 PM
  8. jojoe42's Avatar
    Video settings ? Nokia Camera yes but video ? OK if you think so.
    I think the few settings VIDEO has make it kinda basic IMO.

    No point in arguing what "extensive" means in setting the Nokia Camera Video, it doesn't have slo -mo or exposure compensating, or WB it does have resolution / fps and a bass boost and framing grids. The basic camera's video does have WB and continuous focus on/off but Nokia Camera Video doesn't.
    Well the stock iPhone camera is pretty barebones, your manual focus is by tapping to focus and you can zoom in (very blurrily) by pinching-to-zoom, I don't see any WB or resolution/fps/sound adjustment features on the 5S unless you include the slo-mo feature...besides, if you really cared about the properties of your video you wouldn't need any more settings than what is currently in the Nokia Camera app - you would go to a computer and post-process it using proper software like Adobe Prelude if you REALLY cared about it. Nokia just want to makes things simple; whereas Apple is too simple and Android sometimes too complicated and as a result half the screen being taken up by buttons and blinking indicators and histograms
    12-17-2013 08:47 PM

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