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18th March 2012, 10:30 PM |#1  
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I there any way to record video @60 fps? Or to step down from full HD to 720p? I mean, I'd much rather have 720p @60fps instead of full HD @30fps. Having a full HD video recording on such small sensor and lens is like having 12+Mpix, total overkill (and quality goes down).
 
 
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I there any way to record video @60 fps? Or to step down from full HD to 720p? I mean, I'd much rather have 720p @60fps instead of full HD @30fps. Having a full HD video recording on such small sensor and lens is like having 12+Mpix, total overkill (and quality goes down).

I had a sony camcorder that did 60fps at 720p and 30fps and the 60fps was so smooth against 30fps, it would be great to have 60fps on the s2! the video on the s2 has always been so choppy plus its not even a true 30fps ( Samsung lies about this )
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I there any way to record video @60 fps? Or to step down from full HD to 720p? I mean, I'd much rather have 720p @60fps instead of full HD @30fps. Having a full HD video recording on such small sensor and lens is like having 12+Mpix, total overkill (and quality goes down).

You can try 720p @60fps with lgcamera app from market, i know it has this option in settings but im not sure if it is possible without modified kernel on GNote.
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You can try 720p @60fps with lgcamera app from market, i know it has this option in settings but im not sure if it is possible without modified kernel on GNote.


I have LG Camera and it says 60fps but is only 30fps
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Came across this thread and would love to be able to record @60fps 720p so im reviving this thread

Anyone got more info about this
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Came across this thread and would love to be able to record @60fps 720p so im reviving this thread

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28th January 2013, 02:11 PM |#7  
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Came across this thread and would love to be able to record @60fps 720p so im reviving this thread

Anyone got more info about this

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