On a recent update, Samsung added the capability for Super-slow Motion to the Note 8. Mind you, it’s very limited. By limited, I mean that you can only shoot a few seconds of video and end up with about 6 seconds of slow motion captures.
The problem is that you have to catch whatever you want to film just right . . .
I’m about 18-24 inches away from these guys, for them who want to know.
One of the frustrating things (aside from the very short recording time limit) is that the phone won’t lock in the focus where you set it. Still, I managed a few good videos . . .
For them who watched the video in my previous post, you can see that feeder in the background. The one in front of me is one that I added this morning . . . and was literally swarmed by 4-6 hummers.
Readers might have noticed a lack of Samsung Note 8 photos on these pages.
Don’t be misled . . . many photos have been taken in the last few months. Sadly, I don’t know when I will have the time to catch you all up on my phone photography efforts.
Why, just today — following a visit to the farmer’s market here in town — I snapped a few photos.
I also saw some interesting melanzane . . . eggplants to you.
Lastly, I’d like to share the view (looking down) from atop an exercise bike at the gym . . .
Well, I hope you enjoyed the short and random interlude.
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