Xiaomi Mi 8/8 Pro Mix and Mi 2S has learned to capture video at 960 fps

Despite the different release dates, all flagship smartphones Xiaomi this season got an identical module of the main camera. When frameless slider Mi Mix 3 showed the third result in the DxOMark rating, the company has promised to upgrade other models. First, the developers started testing the night mode, and now hands got to video shooting at a speed of 960 fps.

Despite the different release dates, all flagship smartphones Xiaomi this season got an identical module of the main camera. When frameless slider Mi Mix 3 showed the third result in the DxOMark rating, the company has promised to upgrade other models. First, the developers started testing the night mode, and now hands got to video shooting at a speed of 960 fps.

Despite the different release dates, all flagship smartphones Xiaomi this season got an identical module of the main camera. When frameless slider Mi Mix 3 showed the third result in the DxOMark rating, the company has promised to upgrade other models. First, the developers started testing the night mode, and now hands got to video shooting at a speed of 960 fps.
How does it work?

The company confirmed that the feature will get Xiaomi Mi 8, Mi 8 Pro Mi 8 Explorer Edition, and also Mix Mi 2S. It is already possible to test in development firmware. The new mode has its own characteristics. So, the user must at least roughly know when there will be a good time. After recording has started, the timer counts down for about four seconds, and deceleration begins only at the last moments. The result is a 10-second clip.

The basic 12-megapixel sensor Sony IMX363 the cameras of the flagships is not equipped with a DRAM memory chip for high-speed shooting, and thus, the implementation mode, the Xiaomi differs from the version in the Samsung, Sony and Huawei. Maybe the camera just “draws” the frames using the software, but this is not accurate.

Interestingly, with the advent of new options in camera app “broke” the normal slow motion at 240 and 120 fps. To release a stable firmware, the problem should correct. Alas, the timing information yet.

Source: Weibo, Forum MIUIPhotos: GizChina.it