Looks like the rumors got it wrong again in regards to the 240fps for the Samsung Galaxy S6. They did however hit it with the 720p at 120fps slow motion mode for both the Galaxy S6 and HTC One M9 phones. This is basically the same spec most high end phones that did slow motion sported. What broke the trend is the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus with 240fps at 720p.
Today the creator of the fps1000 Graham Rowan, has given a detailed set of pictures showing manufactured boards with memory and image sensors as well as an array of gold and silver sensors for the camera development and production.
It is almost March 1st which is the day set for the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the HTC One M9. Both devices are the flagship phones for their respective brands for the year and a lot is hanging for the success of these devices to steal the thunder from the Apple iPhone 6.
High frame rates have been stagnant in DSLRs since the Canon EOS 7D with 60fps at pseudo 720p resolution started the higher than 30p spec in mirrored large sensor cameras.
Now – a new rumor posted at Nikorumors.com of the Nikon D7200 DSLR which is replacing the very popular D7100, seems to gain 60fps at 720p to do a total of 120fps at 720p for the first time in a mirrored camera. Mirrorless cameras like theGH4, a7s, NX1 have already higher frame rate modes but this would be a first for a mirror slap DSLR. Here are the rumored specs:→ Continue Reading Full Post ←