Smartphone users have found a new way of testing the slow motion video option on their smartphones.
They are recording bouncing boobs of 'big' girls and posting it on social networking sites. Whereas smartphones manufacturers must have thought that the slow motion video feature would work really well for their users, the latest trend of using it to capture motion may be more than what they expected for.
The Daily Dot reports that the latest trend of Reddit is uploading bouncing boob videos captures by smartphones. "SloMoBoobs" is what it is getting tagged with. Similar YouTube videos have already fetched thousands of views within hours. The latest inclusion seems to be a slow motion video shot with Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Two girls with significant sizes appear to be jumping for the camera while the Note 3 camera takes a note of their assets bouncing provocatively and banging on to each other eventually.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 offers HD quality slow motion video with 120fps. The term - 'fps' -means "Frames per second". The higher the number of frames captured every second is, the more amount of details are captured. That is why it gets possible to have a slow motion video as the video contains finer details.
A typical video is shot between 24fps to 30fps. While 24fps is considered to be the 'film' version of video, 25fps and 30fps videos are standards for general videos. These general videos can, however, be played on slow motion with the help of a video editing software, but the video looks jerky as it does not carry enough information to show in slow motion as it requires more details.
Earlier, an iPhone 5S user uploaded similar boob bouncing videos on a video sharing Web site and gathered huge number of views in no time. It has got a faster processor (64-bit A7). It has also got a camera with 8 megapixels and f/2.2 aperture to boast of. The higher the aperture is, the more capable the camera becomes to shoot under low light.