Samsung released the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ at the MWC 2018 event in Barcelona. Samsung improved the camera a lot with this new camera, it comes with a variable aperture feature which lets the user change the aperture from f/1.5 to f/2.4. Samsung also added a lot of new features to the camera including support for super slo-mo video recording which captures slow-motion videos at 960 frames per second.
Steps to record Super slo-mo videos on Galaxy S9 and S9+
- Swipe up from the home screen to open the app drawer, and launch the camera app.
- Swipe on the camera to switch to the Super slo-mo mode.
- Once in the slo-mo mode, align the frame (yellow box) to the place where the motion has to be detected by the camera.
- Now start the recording by taping the record button and start the event (whatever you want to capture a slow-motion view of).
- Also, make sure that the event you want to record should pass through the yellow box on the camera’s viewfinder.
- Once the event passes through the yellow box, you will see a flash on the screen which means the camera successfully captured the event in slo-mo.
- If you want to add another slo-mo event in the same clip, then do not tap the stop button and keep on passing the event through the yellow box till you get what you expected.
- Now is the time for editing the video, once you tap on the stop button, you will see a screen showing the video with different options.
- Tap on the slow-mo icon on the video, and you will see a toggle to turn on and off on the whole timeline of the video.
- You can also select any music from the list below because of the slo-mo videos records no audio (audio is no use in slo-mo.)
- Finally, export the video to the gallery and share it with your friends on social media.
You can also set the super slo-mo videos as the lock screen wallpaper which looks super cool on the smartphone. The super slo-mo videos on the Samsung Galaxy S9 can also be captured in manual mode where there will be no yellow box. But we recommend the auto mode because manual mode needs a lot of effort to capture a slo-mo video on the smartphone.