7680fps slow motion: does Mate 30 Pro really do ?

Mate 30 pro gunshot 7860fps slow motion

Mate 30 pro gunshot 7860fps

Huawei Mate 30 Pro 7680fps slow motion interpolation frames vs real frame

Today’s question is Huawei Mate 30 Pro really records at 7680fps Ultra high slow motion video ? This Post is extension our earlier discussion.

Bruce Lee also shared and popularized the video of the gunshot video of Huawei Mate 30 Pro super-high-speed photography.

September 19th, Huawei officially released Mate 30, Mate 30 Pro, equipped with Kirin 990 chip, which Mate 30 Pro equipped with super-sensitive Leica movie four-camera parameters are quite luxurious, Equipped with dual 40 megapixel dual master (super-sensitive camera + movie camera), 8 megapixel telephoto camera, and 3D deep sensor, support 45 times hybrid zoom, 3x optical zoom, OIS + AIS dual anti-shake. 1/1.7 inch sensor, ISO up to 409600. The video ISO is up to 51200, supporting 4K 60fps, 4K HDR and more.

In terms of video shooting, with the addition of 40 megapixel movie cameras, the powerful throughput of the sensor and the image processing capability of the new ISP of the Kirin 990, the Huawei Mate 30 Pro has a high-speed photography of up to 7680 frames, with 7680 instants per second! The rate has reached 256X !

Huawei Mate 30 Pro can support ultra-high-speed video recording up to 7680 frames per second. In the past, it was possible to use the expensive professional equipment to achieve the camera pop-up video. The realization of this function is mainly due to the enhancement of the Mate 30 Pro’s three aspects:

  1. The customized movie camera supports ultra-high-speed data reading and writing and transmission capabilities, and can achieve HD1920 frames/sec data output. The strongest hardware capability;
  2. The camera and the Kirin 990 can support ultra-high-speed data transmission, can transfer a large amount of data to the Kirin 990 for real-time processing;
  3. Kirin 990 built-in new generation of ISP can support super high frame The huge amount of calculations. The above three points, together with the late AI motion estimation, motion compensation and frame interpolation algorithm, can finally generate 7680 frames per second video.

Since the high-speed video recorded at the highest frame rate for one second needs to play for 256 seconds, the time is really too long. So Huawei automatically grab the most suitable 35-second output from the middle to make it easy for users to see the most exciting moments.


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