Heads up photography fans, One of the great features of the new iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c is the slow motion camera mode that allows you to shoot videos at a very high frame rate of 120 fps (regular frame rate is 30 fps), which means the video can be slowed down to quarter of the speed and still appear normal to the human eye.
Even if you don’t own the new iPhone 5s, you still can benefit the slo-mo feature as Apple added this new API in iOS7, but of course with only 60 frames per second. So, if you have an iPhone 5 or iPhone 5c, SlowCam video will record at 60 frames per second. iPhone 4 and 4s owners can also record slow motion video at the lower frame rate of 30. Once a video is done, it is processed and saved to your Camera Roll at 30 frames per second.
Simply launch the Camera App on your iPhone, then swipe to the right twice and you’re into Slo-Mo mode>>Tap the shutter to start and stop recording as normal. Once you’re done recording, tap the record button to end. There will then be a blue progress bar along the bottom of the video showing the progress of saving to your Camera Roll. You’ll notice that a slow motion button will then appear over the record button after you tap it. Hold it down to start a slow motion segment.
You can then share it with anyone you’d like or share it to services such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and more. Just launch your Photos App on your iPhone, then tap on the slow motion video that you want to share, click on the Share button, choose where you want to share then click share and there you go.