Galaxy S8’s slo-mo video will blow iPhone 7 away

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Galaxy S8's camera could be Samsung's best yet.
Galaxy S8's camera could be Samsung's best yet.
Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Mac

iPhone wasn’t first to shoot slow-motion video, but like a lot of things, it certainly popularized it. Now the feature can be found in every high-end smartphone, but none of them can shoot slo-mo video like the Galaxy S8 will.

According to a new report, Samsung’s next-generation smartphone camera will be capable of capturing an incredible 1,000 frames-per-second.

Hit a high with this slow-motion video of swooping birds

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From "Birds in Slow Motion" by the BBC's Earth Unplugged.
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You understand bird’s-eye view. How about the view of its prey?

It’s likely that mouse or fish don’t even see the canopy of feathers coming. Our eyes and brains barely work fast enough to process the sight ourselves, so the guys who work in the studio for the BBC’s Earth Unplugged slowed it down for us.

The Earth Unplugged slow-motion studio, which loves to deconstruct the spit of cobras and the flight of fleas frame by frame, has compiled a 70-second clip of a variety of birds as they take off, float and hover and, of course, stick their landings.

New Tweak Brings Slo-Mo Video Recording To Older iOS Devices [Jailbreak]

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Photo by fatboyke (Luc) - http://flic.kr/p/54NiGk
Photo by fatboyke (Luc) - http://flic.kr/p/54NiGk

Most people were suitably impressed when the iPhone 5s allowed the Camera app to use a “slo-mo” recording mode — shooting video at a smooth 120fps, and producing some astonishing images in the process.

Now a new jailbreak tweak called Slo-mo Mod is letting the owners of older iOS devices manually configure a similar recording feature.