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Original poster
Sep 25, 2010
The iPhone 6s Plus supports 1080p videos at 60fps, but it also supports 1080p slow-mo videos at 120fps. How can I shoot normal speed 1080p videos at 120fps?

P.S. I'm wondering if there aren't any apps that support 1440p at a higher frame rate considering that it can also handle 4K at 30fps?


macrumors 6502
Sep 25, 2015
got that nomadic lifestyle
the smoothest 1080p video you can record with the native camera app is limited to a 60 fps recording.

FiLMiC Pro lets you record a FHD res video at a max 120 fps framerate (but only at a 25 Mbps bitrate).

MoviePro lets you do the same, but I believe it allows you to do it at a higher bitrate which Camera Roll can't handle. I think you need to transfer to a computer to do any editing.
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