Samsung believes that there’s plenty of beauty to be found in the everyday moments that many of us overlook – both in our lives, and throughout nature. That’s why the company equipped the Galaxy S9 and S9+ with a 960 frames-per-second Super Slow-mo camera: to allow users to record those ‘unseen’ moments in exquisite detail.
Samsung Newsroom recently took the Galaxy S9 on a trip to the zoo to examine how some of the animal kingdom’s most majestic inhabitants enjoy a typical spring day. Read on to find out how Super Slow-mo transformed ordinary zoo sights into extraordinary footage.
A sunny day at Korea’s Everland amusement park proved the perfect setting to capture a series of stunning Super Slow-mo videos.
With Super Slow-mo, movements that are too fast for the human eye to see – such as the beat of a bee’s wings – are revealed in exquisite detail.
Super Slow-mo captures a kaleidoscope of butterflies fluttering amongst flowers.
The Galaxy S9’s camera provides us with an excellent opportunity to admire the plumage of some hungry birds.
Elsewhere, the camera captures a giraffe enjoying a midday snack – and leaving a mess on a colleague’s hand.
After recording this Super Slow-mo video of a tiger at play in the park’s zoo, it seemed only appropriate to save the video as a playful ‘swing mode’ GIF.
A Super Slow-mo video of an elephant cooling off looks even cooler when saved as a reversed GIF.
A bevy of bubbles gracefully floats over a gushing fountain.
Super Slow-mo videos transform ordinary moments, like children playing in a fountain, into works of art.
To learn more about the Galaxy S9’s innovative camera, check out our in-depth rundown here.