iPhone 6 tips to improve taking photos and recording video
Today we’re going to show you how to improve your video recording in iPhone 6. With a faster 64 bit CPU the iPhone 6 is formidable when it comes to multimedia, and now offers users a way to record video at 60 frames per second previously we were limited to just 30 frames per second in older models. Another neat way to improve our videos is to enable the Grid.
The option to record your videos in super fast 60 Frames Per Second is not enabled by default so you must follow a few steps to get it to work.
Follow these steps to enable the Grid when in the camera and enable video recording at 60 frames per second.
Go to the Photos & Camera option.
Enable the Grid, and Record Video at 60 FPS.
Go back to the camera, and now you should see on the bottom right hand side the notification that you are now recording in 60 frames per second.
You should also see the Grid when you are in the Photo mode in the camera.
If you want to record slow motion video at 120 frames per second, simply tap on 240 FPS and select 120 FPS.