The slow motion effect is very popular on the majority of Android devices out there. With such a cool camera like the one from your Samsung Galaxy Note 8, you might want to try it out for yourself. And just in case you don’t know where to start and what options would work better, allow us to help with all that.
First things first, you should know that the slow motion is an effect resulted from an extremely slow reproduction of a video recorded through extremely rapid movements. Basically, the camera will film in real time but replay in slow motion, all thanks to the processing power of your phone.
This effect comes with three standard features, all of them available for activation from the settings of the camera app, just like the feature itself. You’ll see that you have a x1/2, a x 1/4, and a x1/8 option. These are listed from the lowest to the highest slow motion effect, which means that the highest impact will be given by x1/8. Try them out and it will be obvious for you too. Speaking of which…
Here’s how to record slow motion videos on Samsung Galaxy Note 8:
- Unlock your phone and select the most convenient method to launch the Camera app;
- Tap the Mode button, to access the list with all the camera options;
- Select the Slow-Motion mode;
- Select the desired speed from the ones we just mentioned above;
- Start filming and play the movie once you’re done.
When you’ve had enough of this experience of how to record videos in slow motion on a Note 8, you can disable the feature from the settings and return to the normal filming mode. It’s easy to switch from one another and fun to play with your powerful camera, isn’t it?