Filming at 60 and 240 FPS have greatly improved handheld filming results and the photo modes often capture great images.
Professional video cameras sold in the Americas record video at 30 frames per second and cameras sold in Europe and just about everywhere else record video at 25 frames per second.
220/50 means 220 volts at 50 cycles per second.
|The Filmic Pro app allows for 25 fps filming, which can eliminate video flicker.|
|25p means 25 frames per second, progressive. This is the Filmic Pro setting used to record the non-flickering video sample shown in the video.|
I will be taking particular note of the details and capabilities of the new imaging chips and sensor upgrades that might appear in the new iPhone models.
Focusing on this issue would certainly be a game-changer for Apple.
FYI: All smartphone models (Samsung, Nokia, etc) that I have tested currently suffer from the same issue. They all record natively at only 30 frames per second.