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Wine Glass Meets iPhone 5s Slo-Mo Video Test

One of the new features available with the iPhone 5s is the ability to record super slow motion video. The new slo-mo feature shoots video at 120 frames per second and allows you to select a potion of the video's timeline to be displayed in slow motion. Today, we’re taking a closer look at the new slo-mo feature, and we’ve even sacrificed a wine glass to do so. That’s right, we’re going to smash a wine glass for science. Well, maybe not science, but definitely for the sake of a good iPhone 5s slo-mo video test. Here’s our hands-on test with slo-mo:

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As you can see in the video above, slo-mo does a good job of capturing just about any moment in slow motion. It’s certainly not the best slow motion video we’ve seen, but it gets the job done. [caption id="attachment_466523" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Editing slo-mo video.[/caption] The Photos app allows you to adjust the length of the slow motion within the video. This leaves you with a smooth transition between normal speed and the slo-mo feature. The editing process is pretty simple and it produces some pretty interesting results. Check out our video overview of slo-mo above for more information. What do you think of the new slo-mo feature?
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