slo-mo

slo-mo

(ˈsləʊˌməʊ)
n, adj
informal a variant spelling of slow-mo
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The DRAM helps the S9+ shoot super slo-mo videos at 960 frames per second at 720p.
It was only when their group, that also included Marcel Schneider, was put on the clock by Tour referees Rai speeded up - only to go back to his slo-mo routine as soon as the officials had turned their backs.
Wait till you see a slo-mo critical head-shot with a flying kick or weapon attack - you'll know what we mean.
Another infomercial on criminals landing in jail, the last one being a camcording thief, the whole scene filmed in slo-mo, whatever might be the artistic reason.
The ghostly whistle of a steam train welcomes people into the auditorium, and it ends in a game of slo-mo beach-ball (imagine over-sized inflatables the size of a small house) between audience and the performers.
So you hit the slo-mo to enjoy pretty towns, forests, vineyards and hilltop hamlets.
PULL ON your red swimming costume and run (in slo-mo of course) to your nearest nail bar.
PULL on your red cossie and run (in slo-mo of course) to your nearest nail bar.
PULL on your red cossie and run in slo-mo of course) to your nearest nail bar.
One described the closing shot where Tommy Shelby's wife Grace was wounded in a bodged assassination attempt like a "Renaissance painting come to slo-mo life", another said everything was still being "beautifully done" by Belgian director Tim Mielants.
It can shoot in either 30fps or even do slo-mo at 4X.