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iPhone 6s vs. iPhone 6: sunset in slow motion Time-Lapse [video]

Smartphones Apple can boast a set of features associated with the creation of photo and video. Among them, slow motion, Time-Lapse. Bloggers from iClarified decided to compare quality timelapse camera of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6.

The essence of Time-Lapse is that after clicking the button, the iPhone start to record video, the smaller standard frequency of filming and projecting at 24 frames per second. As a result, when the demonstration at normal speed projection the effect of accelerating the movement — the illusion of greater speed of the processes.

3 minute test clip allows you to assess the capabilities of the cameras the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. As the authors of the experiment, the new flagship with 12 megapixel camera better shoot timelapse videos in low light than iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

“Unfortunately, despite the fact that iPhone 6s supports video recording in 4K, when the recording mode Time-Lapse maximum resolution is 1080p. I hope to see improvements in future iOS updates”, – commented bloggers.

See the sunset in Time-Lapse, shot on the iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6 in the video below:

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