Boosted Board has eaten it’s drive belt I mean it has eaten belt’s teeth There are some And there are none Luckily there are two Koowheels! Well, here we are Now I can explain you, why we gathered here because you often asked yourselves which smartphone is best in super slow-motion I have 3 smartphones. All of them will be handled by Patrycja. Patrycja, are you ready? -Yes! -Fantastic First in the line is XZ2 and works like that – you turn on the super slow-motion button then recording and now you’re recording as usual and when awesome happens you tap the slow-motion and there it is! Slow-motion! And now you just have to stop recording -Are you ready? -I’ll tell you when I’m ready I’m ready Well… unfortunately there’s this issue. Patrcyja didn’t manage to catch the moment but we will try again, yeah? Three Two Whoa… the camera got hit What do you mean you didn’t catch that, you serious? First bottle down and so are Sony tests Second in the line is Huawei P20 Pro Slow-motion is 960FPS but you can change it to 4 times, which means 120FPS 8 times, which means 240FPS aaaand 32 times and that’s 960FPS 960FPS is what we are interested with in this beautifully looking Huawei by the way I look like Robert [Lewandowski – polish soccer star], right? Here you just have to push the button when the recording starts and that’s it there’s no such thing that you have to start normal recording you push slow-motion for a moment only… super slow-motion just like that Three Two Tell them in which one was easier to do a slow-motion -With this one -Why? -You didn’t have to wait -So Huawei is better than Sony Let’s see how’s Samsung Only Samsung have the option that allows you to turn on slow-motion manually or make it automatic and in my opinion that automatic option is much more interesting There’s a catch though because you turn on the recording and wait for something to happen in slow-motion but it turns out you’re waiting for something afterwards and smartphone recorded something that happened earlier and that super slow-motion in 60-90FPS is such a short moment but on the other hand in Samsung you can hit slow-motion 20 times Now! No. Now! Maybe now! Now! so there can be a normal length film and 20 slow-motion moments So let’s try the automatic first Here you go The problem with this automatic slow-motion is that the camera is smart but not so smart so that he knew exactly when do we want the slow-motion to kick in But the nice thing is you can turn it on and just wait for what’s to happen and the next things to occur are recorded so that when you take multiple attempts of that slow-motion chances are that after some time it will work out So… that automatic mode is nice, but it could be better I’m not always pleased by it’s results Cisowianka didn’t pay us because now you see a super Cisowianka’s product placement They just got lucky The conclusions we conducted Welcome to the Super Slow-Motion course First – make sure you have correct distance from the object Second – make sure that you have correct focus on the place where something will happen Third Have efficient fingers or use Samsung’s automatic mode and we will be recording your hair We’re going to record fountains? Let’s go Know what? In case of Huawei. It’s the easiest to catch the moment Now that I think of it It’s a shame you can’t record a normal video in Huawei Let’s say 30 FPS and turn the slow-motion on the go If it was possible I would show you how that guy walks on his bike walks/rides and so you had only too big [inaudible] I wanted to record in 240FPS but look for yourself I don’t even try 120FPS. No sense There had to be super slow-motions. There is super slow-motion I think that this test is ended Which do you like the most? -The phone? -Let’s pretend that’s a question to our viewers Oh! You can vote! Let’s make like those better [channels]… a poll I mean not better, yeah? Here you go – a poll Which slow-motion is the best. Please vote I get back to boards Smarphones… gimme a break!