1. Bartone's Avatar
    ...Can only record slow-mo vid at 240fps if the resolution is 720p, but the iPhone 6s Plus can record slow-vids at 240fps even if the resolution is 1080p?! Thank you.
    08-24-2016 09:29 AM
  2. BearlyFloats's Avatar
    ...Can only record slow-mo vid at 240fps if the resolution is 720p, but the iPhone 6s Plus can record slow-vids at 240fps even if the resolution is 1080p?! Thank you.
    Hi, welcome to the Forums! It seems that slo-mo video is available at a maximum of 720p on Note 7. However, you can enjoy slo-mo video in up to 2K on Note 7, while on iPhone 6S you can enjoy ANY video up to only to 720p.

    Hope this helps.
    08-24-2016 09:35 AM
  3. dexterouz's Avatar
    Yes, that's true. But I think you can use 3rd party app to do that.
    BearlyFloats likes this.
    08-24-2016 09:37 AM
  4. BearlyFloats's Avatar
    Yes, that's true. But I think you can use 3rd party app to do that.
    Can I use a 3rd party app to watch 2K video in its native resolution on my iPhone 6s?
    08-24-2016 09:37 AM
  5. boufa's Avatar
    ...Can only record slow-mo vid at 240fps if the resolution is 720p, but the iPhone 6s Plus can record slow-vids at 240fps even if the resolution is 1080p?! Thank you.
    Once again... I acknoledge the awesomeness of the iPhone, and wish I we all could just accept it, and stop with the comparisons. However... since you bring it up... Whats the point in recording video at a resolution higher than the you can look at it.

    BTW.. I wrote this entire post in my own handwriting using the s-pen. Good luck to you on your s-pen doing that. (It also makes candy crush easier to play.)
    08-24-2016 10:04 AM
  6. EnemiesInTheEnd's Avatar
    Once again... I acknoledge the awesomeness of the iPhone, and wish I we all could just accept it, and stop with the comparisons. However... since you bring it up... Whats the point in recording video at a resolution higher than the you can look at it.

    BTW.. I wrote this entire post in my own handwriting using the s-pen. Good luck to you on your s-pen doing that. (It also makes candy crush easier to play.)
    I record every video in 4K because 4K will take 1080p's spot as the standard resolution very soon. Why would I record at 25% of the resolution we'll all be using in a few years.
    tinybfk likes this.
    08-24-2016 10:13 AM
  7. Nakrohtap's Avatar
    How can you see how many FPS your video is shooting? I thought on the Note5 there were options for 1/4, 1/2, etc?
    08-24-2016 10:23 AM
  8. dsignori's Avatar
    However... since you bring it up... Whats the point in recording video at a resolution higher than the you can look at it.
    Several reasons. You are assuming they are only going to look at it on their phones. If I take videos of my kids, I am definitely not looking at them on ONLY my Note 7. Most of he time I'll be watching them on my PC, my TV, or my iPad so we all can enjoy it.

    Secondly, even if someone's current phone can't VIEW a certain resolution, perhaps their next phone can, and they will be able to view that great sharp video then.
    08-24-2016 10:39 AM

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