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Default Camera App for 120fps?

Is out there any application that allows you to shoot 120 fps video?

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Is out there any application that allows you to shoot 120 fps video?

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as far as i know not. there is also no 60 fps camera yet. the snapdragon 800 should be able to capture in 60 fps i think but not in 120 fps
 
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as far as i know not. there is also no 60 fps camera yet. the snapdragon 800 should be able to capture in 60 fps i think but not in 120 fps
The SD 800 is able to capture 120fps at 720p (Note 3). But there is no option in N5. Maybe with an application.... That's why I'm asking...

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What are you smoking?

The CPU isn't the one capturing the video, it's the camera module and if it's not capable then the CPU doesn't matter.

Surely the CPU needs to be able to process that much information as well but the camera module is the one that has to be capable of capturing it.
 
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What are you smoking?

The CPU isn't the one capturing the video, it's the camera module and if it's not capable then the CPU doesn't matter.

Surely the CPU needs to be able to process that much information as well but the camera module is the one that has to be capable of capturing it.
I don't smoking....

I think the camera is capable of shooting 120fps in lower resolution and the cpu capable of processing the image....

I think that the iPhone 5(and yes I mean 5 and not 5s)hasn't got a a better camera than the N5.

It was just questions...

Edit : I made a mistake, the iPhone 5 can capture a video with 60fps and not 120...
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I saw a video on youtube where S3 could record at 120fps by porting camera app from Note 2. So i believe it's not hardware based as S3 is a very old phone. If it can do it, sure N5 can do it easily
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