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I've already bought this, for reasons which do not pertain to its camera, but I doย wonder if the Pro1 will have the ability to shoot ultra-slow-motion video, say 960fps or so, or if I will end up buying a separate device to do that. Does anyone who already has theirs care to enlighten me?

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1 hour ago, Krzysieq said:

doesn't even need to be 960fps, but anything in the slo-mo department would be a nice to have for sure

For what I'm going to attempt, more FPS is better LOL. Thank you to everyone who offered to do research. I eagerly await the results.

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3 minutes ago, EskeRahn said:

I have not experimented that much, but at least [email protected] x 1/4 is possible using Open Camera, that is 480fps FHD

coming from not expecting any high frame rate filming bonus, that's pretty awesome ๐Ÿ™‚

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10 minutes ago, netman said:

coming from not expecting any high frame rate filming bonus, that's pretty awesome ๐Ÿ™‚

I had the same sort of expectations ๐Ÿ™‚

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58 minutes ago, EskeRahn said:

I have not experimented that much, but at least [email protected] x 1/4 is possible using Open Camera, that is 480fps FHD

Does it really record 120Hz or could you just select it in Open Camera?

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2 minutes ago, TeZtdevice said:

Do you have the slow-mo function with the stock app, too?

I can not find any slow motion there, but I can find "HFR 120" and "HSR 120", both for FHD (and not for UHD)

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5 hours ago, EskeRahn said:

I can not find any slow motion there, but I can find "HFR 120" and "HSR 120", both for FHD (and not for UHD)

Yes, correct Eske.

Slow motion with the app "open camera" and...
1920x1080
120 FPS
0.25 speed

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3 hours ago, TeZtdevice said:

Yes, correct Eske.

Slow motion with the app "open camera" and...
1920x1080
120 FPS
0.25 speed

Yeah, but I can not find the 0.25 speed in the Qualcomm app - It could still be there though, me looking in the wrong places....

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5 hours ago, TeZtdevice said:

Yes, correct Eske.

Slow motion with the app "open camera" and...
1920x1080
120 FPS
0.25 speed

Someone care to smash an egg and record it with these settings and upload it for us to see? :)

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7 hours ago, elvissteinjr said:

Spare the eggs. Have Eske record a high velocity clack of opening the slider instead, since he has multiple units to do so anyways

HFR 120, normal speed and 0.25x OpenCamera

https://www.amazon.com/clouddrive/share/GboU8LZM8oI32NfVcOvvloqDIrfa2jxWQ6tvSqqpR0W

So the 0.25x really just means recording as 120fps and saving as 120fps / 4 = 30fps.... ๐Ÿ˜ฅ

(And that should be the difference between 120 HFR and 120 HSR in qualcomm's app too)

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5 hours ago, EskeRahn said:

HFR 120, normal speed and 0.25x OpenCamera

https://www.amazon.com/clouddrive/share/GboU8LZM8oI32NfVcOvvloqDIrfa2jxWQ6tvSqqpR0W

So the 0.25x really just means recording as 120fps and saving as 120fps / 4 = 30fps.... ๐Ÿ˜ฅ

(And that should be the difference between 120 HFR and 120 HSR in qualcomm's app too)

Nice clack. :) Watching it in slow motion shows that it is fairly gentle when it reaches the end of its travel, so that gives me high hopes for its durability. 120fps is not going to be fast enough for what I want to do, so now the question becomes Experia XZ2 or RX100markIV? Both do 960FPS.....backup phone or amazing optical zoom? For the my task the optical zoom would be more valuable.....

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20 minutes ago, silversolver said:

Nice clack. ๐Ÿ™‚ Watching it in slow motion shows that it is fairly gentle when it reaches the end of its travel, so that gives me high hopes for its durability. 120fps is not going to be fast enough for what I want to do, so now the question becomes Experia XZ2 or RX100markIV? Both do 960FPS.....backup phone or amazing optical zoom? For the my task the optical zoom would be more valuable.....

I think RX100 will be much more statisfactory in low light performance and picture quality in general... Ain't nothing like a real camera for photo/video.

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6 minutes ago, netman said:

I think RX100 will be much more statisfactory in low light performance and picture quality in general... Ain't nothing like a real camera for photo/video.

Yes RX100 is REALLY a great little machine. I chose III over IV, as it has ever so slighter better low light, but poorer video stuff - that I never use.

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8 minutes ago, EskeRahn said:

Yes RX100 is REALLY a great little machine. I chose III over IV, as it has ever so slighter better low light, but poorer video stuff - that I never use.

Now I remember why when I was initially doing the research I liked the IV over the III. It's been so long I'd forgotten. :O

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7 hours ago, elvissteinjr said:

If we don't have enough frames, why not just make some up?

Not a serious alternative, but I find that version still very satisfying to watch, despite the artifacts.

Nice, and interestingly the copy of frames is good for the compression, so the resulting video is not huge.

0:20 in it does look a bit odd in the border between the display and the keys. So this only works when things are not moving fast, But could still be used to see details of fluid motion

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