Been fiddling with the super-slow-motion video setting on the Note 10+ for a while; haven't been able to get it to trigger in time to capture spontaneous events - dropping something, knocking something over etc.
RandomTheCat drinking water in Slow Motion. Shot on the Samsung Note 10+. Finally figured out how to use the super-slow motion setting -- you have to film something already in action - a static scene. Trying to time and capture something like a ball flying or a catch being made -- not going to happen. There's not enough control over the start of the super-slow-mo effect in the camera. Idea - build an app that takes an external trigger; either by USB input or straight 'click the button' and it records at max frame rate, then decompiles to 30FPS.