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The best Time-lapse, 240-fps Slow-mo, & 60-fps HD videos from the first weekend of iPhone 6

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The best Time-lapse, 240-fps Slow-mo, & 60-fps HD videos from the first weekend of iPhone 6

iPhone 6 Camera

With the release of iOS 8 and the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, a ton of new video capturing options at the moment are obtainable to iPhonographers together with Time-lapse mode, 240-fps Slow-mo mode, 60-fps HD seize, and Cinematic Video Stabilization. Apple demoed some of these video capturing options earlier this month at the September occasion, and the iPhone 6 camera microsite consists of pattern videos of every mode.

With Apple promoting over 10 million iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus handsets from pre-sales and launch weekend, we’re more likely to see a increasingly unimaginable videos shot on Apple’s new units, and under we’ve put collectively a set of some of the best videos shot in every mode from early iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus adopters.

Apple launched Slow-mo video capturing in 2013 with the launch of the iPhone 5s which shot one hundred twenty-fps at 720p. The new shooters on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus now doubles the frames-per-second to 240 making Slow-mo mode videos much more dramatic (iPhone 6 customers can toggle between one hundred twenty-fps and 240-fps from the Camera app in Slow-mo mode). Both settings let you set which elements of the video play usually and which half is damaged down with sluggish-movement. Below is a number of examples of sluggish-movement video shot at the larger body price on the new iPhone 6.

240-FPS SLOW-MO

TIME-LAPSE

Time-lapse capturing is a brand new mode launched with iOS 8 and obtainable on a number of units together with the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina show, and extra. Think of it as the reverse of Slow-mo. This mode is supposed for capturing scenes over a prolonged interval of time and for enjoying again in a ultrafast video clip. You can seize any scene with Time-lapse mode however scenes like sunrises and flowers opening work best for seeing the full impact. Ultimately, the key to capturing a superb Time-lapse video is specializing in one scene for a prolonged quantity of time.

60-FPS

The new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus each have the capability to shoot video in 60 frames-per-second doubling the FPS seize of the earlier iPhone 5s digital camera. Shooting in 60-fps is off by default, however you possibly can toggle it on in the Photos & Camera settings in the Settings app on iOS 8. The videos create bigger information, of course, so you could solely need to choose-in if in case you have a bigger storage gadget like 64GB or 128GB, however your videos will seem extra life-like and fewer like the films. Action photographs will come off as smoother and topics will seem sharper when capturing in 60-fps mode.

In addition to the capacity to shoot Slow-mo video at 240-fps, Time-lapse videos for capturing lengthy scenes shortly, and capturing 60-fps video at 1080p, the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus cameras additionally function Continuous autofocus for mechanically and intelligently focusing in on the topic of your video because it modifications and Cinematic video stabilization for turning quick movement videos into clean, Steadycam-like photographs proper from your iPhone.

We’re more likely to see a ton extra videos shared as extra individuals get their palms on the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus cameras, and with instruments out there totally free like the new iMovie and the modifying options constructed-in to the Photos app (to not point out the potential for app extensions), sprucing your videos and making skilled high quality content material is simpler than ever.

If you’ve obtained your personal favourite videos shot on the new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, tell us under and keep tuned for our iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus cinematic digital camera demo!

 


Filed beneath: iOS Devices Tagged: 240-fps Slow-mo, 60-fps, iPhone 6, iphone 6 plus, iPhonography, ISight, Slow-mo, time lapse

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