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I've always been a great fan of slo-mo videos as they are a treat to watch. It showcases every action and expression in its full-fledged form. Thanks largely to the highly efficient A11 Bionic chip, it's possible to record ultra slow motion 1080p/240 fps video on your iPhone X, iPhone 8 and 8 Plus.

The 2017 iPhones' camera delivers slo-mo frame rate to 240 FPS in full HD resolution (1,920-by-1,080 pixels). Ever since I got the new iPhone, I have shot a great many slow-motion 1080p/240 fps videos. And I must say that the result has impressed me no end. Want to try it out on your iPhone? Let the light, camera, and action begin!

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How to Record Slo-mo Video at 1080p 240fps on iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone 8

How to Shoot Slow Motion 1080p/240 FPS Video on iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus

  • iOS devices shoot slow-motion 1080p at 120 FPS videos by default.
  • 1080p/240 FPS slow-motion shooting needs hardware support for High-Efficiency Video Coding (the H.265 codec).
  • You can view 1080p/240 FPS videos on any device running iOS 11 or macOS High Sierra.

Step #1. Launch Settings app on your iPhone.

Step #2. Now, scroll down and tap on Camera.

Tap on Settings then Camera on iPhone

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Step #3. Next, you need to tap on Record Slo-mo.

Tap on Record Slo-mo in iPhone X Settings

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Step #4. Next up, select 1080p HD at 240fps.

Shoot Slow Motion 1080p 240 FPS Video on iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus

Step #5. Now, quit Settings app and launch Camera app. Then, select Slo-Mo.

Step #6. Finally, hit the red shutter button to start shooting an excellent video.

Record Slow Motion Video at 1080p 240 FPS Videos on iPhone X, 8 Plus, and 8

That's all folks!

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