Probably all phones do, but my Note II takes both fast-motion and slow-motion videos.
Fast-motion is not very useful for filming hummingbirds, but slow-motion is.
Mind you, this is not a Photron SA2 camera (make sure you switch to the 48op).
. . . or even a Phantom HD . . .
But, it’s still neat . . . once again, these are unedited videos of my feeders shot in slow-mo (see? I got the lingo down pat!)
Tthe action is slowed down to 1/8 of normal speed; not enough to make the wings visible, but enough to see what they are doing during their battles.
Again, if the little HD appears on the upper right corner of the video frame, click on it for best results. These videos are a little longer than yesterday, so if you are the impatient sort, you’ll miss interesting interaction between the hummers.
Hope it’s entertaining to see what I do these evenings.
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