We don’t know if the term “Slowfie” will really become popular. It is likely that this phenomenon will remain fashionable for a short time. But nothing prevents such a function from being considered a modern hit. Slow-mo selfies are not a sensation in the smartphone world, but they are new to the iPhone, first appearing on the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max series.
How to take a slow-mo selfie (slowfie) on iPhone :
First of all, unlike other camera modes on the iPhone, Slowie only has one fixed resolution and frame rate – 1080p @ 120fps. Of course, I would like to shoot at up to 240 frames per second, as the rear cameras can do, but on the other hand, there is no need to fiddle with any camera settings. Shooting in 4K requires some work on the part of the user, as Apple does not make this resolution available out of the box. So.
Launch Camera then go to panel “Slowly” in the options carousel. Make sure the front camera is turned on by clicking the arrows in the lower right corner. This will activate Selfie Mode. All that remains is to press the record button and start shooting. Click the button again to stop recording.
How to edit slofie?
As you can see, Apple automatically plays the beginning and end of your slowfie at normal speed. The same applies to regular slow motion videos. If you want your entire slow motion video to appear in slow motion, this is easy.
Select the received slow-motion video in the Photos app, and then tap “Edit”… In the editing window, move the yellow stripes to change the length of the video, and the thin white stripes to start and end the slow-motion part of the video.
You can immediately see how these changes affect your video by clicking the play button. After finishing editing, you just need to click the “Finish” button.
Which iPhones Support Slow Motion Selfies:
iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max have received support for slow motion selfies AKA Slowfies.
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