How to record slow motion video at 1080p/240 FPS on your iPhone X

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This year, Apple has moved away from its tradition of launching two new iPhone models. Instead, the Cupertino company welcomed three new models to the world, including iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X. The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are not a significant upgrade to the iPhone family, while the iPhone X includes a lot of changes and features.

One of the best things when it comes to this year’s iPhone models lies in the ability to record slow motion video at 1080p/240 FPS. However, the process may be a little bit confusing to some users out there. No worries because we are here to help.

In this guide, we will go through the steps to record slow motion video at 1080p/240 FPS on your iPhone X. Before we begin, make sure you now have the latest software update on your iOS device.

How to record slow motion video at 1080p/240 FPS on your iPhone X

We are going to record a slow motion 1080p/240 FPS video on an iPhone X, but the process is the same on iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.

Step one: First off, launch the Settings app from your home screen and then hit Camera to proceed

Step two: On the next screen, tap on Record Slo-mo and then select 1080p HD at 240fps

Step three: Once you are done, close the Settings app and launch the Camera app on your iPhone. After that, select Slo-Mo and then tap on the shutter button at the bottom center of the screen to start shooting slo-mo video.

Note that a slo-mo 1080p/240 fps video takes up a considerable amount of storage space on your iPhone. According to Apple, a minute of slo-mo video will be approximately 480MB with 1080p/240 fps. We recommend you free up some space before shooting 1080p/240 fps videos.

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