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!)
The 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, play in HD for the 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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