We have gathered a few iPhone 6 slow motion samples that show the strength and weaknesses of the phone. Noise wise it is a great performer and the quality of the codec looks to be very good. Aliasing and moire is still a problem as there seems to be some line skipping to generate 120fps and 240fps. There is also a drop in quality in 240p compared to 120p. We estimate that more likes are skipped to get to 240p but it is still not to bad a drop.
We however can deem it the best quality slow motion from a phone so far released. You can’t go wrong with the iPhone 6 as a slow motion portable device, especially if your phone contract is renewing. Competition will heat up in the slow motion phone race when Mediatek releases phones by the end of this year with higher capabilities and full HD 1080p. Until those are released and tested the iPhone 6 is kind of the slow-mo phones…Enjoy the samples!→ Continue Reading Full Post ←
Photographer & filmmaker Austin Mann got himself an iPhone 6 Plus with a trip to Iceland and managed to get some incredible pictures and footage including 120fps and 240fps video samples from the device.
By now it is no secret that the Canon EOS 7D Mark II is mostly geared to photographers and video is considered a feature but not primary. It gains 60p at 1080 Full HD and retains 720p 60 but no further improvements for slow motion video.
It is still a good spec sheet especially for photographers and it improves on ISO, Sensor, AF, Timelapse, GPS Geo-tagging, SD Card Plus CF Slot and extra 10fps responsiveness.→ Continue Reading Full Post ←