dslrBooth and Slow Motion and 360 Photo Booth Support

Slow Motion Settings | Supported Cameras | Recommended PC | Recommended Hardware


dslrBooth Slow Motion Settings

Create a one of a kind video using dslrBooth's new feature perfect for 360 booths and other short slow motion and video experiences. Features are available in v6.40+. See here for a video on how to use 360 features.

New features include:

  • Slow down/Speed up and reverse multiple clips in same recorded boomerang.
  • Capturing at a high frame-rate.
  • Adding an overlay, pre-roll and post-roll video, and a backing soundtrack.
  • Start boomerang session recording by moving the iPad or iPhone, useful for manual 360 spinners.
  • High FPS Capture.
  • Camera Stabilization for boomerang and video sessions.
  • Use iPad/iPhone Pro’s ultra-wide cameras and set zoom.

Reverse and Slow down/Speed up video clip

Choose the overall length of the video using the Recording Duration slider. You can choose to playback the recorded video either forwards only or forwards then in reverse. Choose to speed up or slow down the video. This applies only when using a single clip.


Click on the Preview button to see an example of how the different speeds will affect your video. 



Note: You can break down the recording into multiple clips however if doing so the video will only playback at regular speed when using multiple clips.


Soundtrack, Overlay, Pre-Roll & Post-Roll

Customize your video by adding a soundtrack, overlay and pre and post roll video to your video. Using asset manager select from mp3s, mp4s and png files.


Video Size

Select the size of your video in Settings > Video by clicking on the dropdown or manually typing in your video size. The dropdown will display several sizes including 720x720 for Square videos.


Increased Video, Boomerang & GIF Quality

The generated videos for Video, Boomerang and GIF sessions are now in a much higher quality with a smaller file size so your videos can look their best and upload faster.


How-to switch Canon/Nikon cameras to high frame-rate mode

Canon cameras

  • Set you camera dial to Video Mode 20220303_152308.jpg
  • Press on the menu icon of the camera and choose the Camera icon > Tab 1.
  • Tap on Movie Rec Quality. 20220303_152303.jpg
  • Tap on High Frame Rate and choose Enable.
  • Select Ok to save the setting.

Nikon cameras

  • Press on the menu icon of the camera and choose Movie Shooting settings.
  • Choose Frame size/frame rate.
  • Choose the frame rate that you desire. For high frame rate choose 1920x1080 120fps.

Recommended PC

Processing videos is a very CPU-intensive process which is why we highly recommend you use a PC matching our Hardware Requirements.

Recommended 360 Platforms

See our detailed how-to setup 360 including platform recommended vendors.

Supported High frame-rate Cameras

120 fps (and 60 fps)

Shooting at 120 fps, you can slow the video up-to 25% of the original speed. These are the cameras we recommend if you will be using slow-motion for many of your events.


The main advantage of using a GoPro is its small size and wireless connectivity as it makes for an easy set-up. We recommend the GoPro 10 or the latest model you can find available.

GoPro Hero 11

GoPro Hero 10

GoPro Hero 9

GoPro Hero 8

GoPro Hero 7

GoPro Hero 6

GoPro Hero 5



Canon EOS R3

Canon EOS R5

Canon EOS R6

Canon EOS M6 Mark II


Canon EOS 90D

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV (Limited to 1280x720)

Canon EOS M50 Mark II (Limited to 1280x720)


Nikon Z50

Nikon Z7 II

Nikon Z7

Nikon Z6 II

Nikon Z6

Nikon Z FC


60 fps

Shooting at 60 fps, you can slow the video up-to 50% of the original speed.


Canon EOS R

Canon EOS RP

Canon EOS R5

Canon EOS R6

Canon EOS Ra

Canon EOS M6 Mark II

Canon EOS M50 Mark II

Canon EOS M50

Canon EOS M200

Canon EOS 250D

Canon EOS 200D

Canon EOS Rebel T8i

Canon EOS-1D X Mark III

Canon EOS 90D

Canon EOS 77D

Canon EOS 800D

Canon EOS 80D

Canon EOS 1300D 

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

Canon EOS 5DS R ( Limited to 1280x720)

Canon EOS Rebel SL3

Canon EOS Rebel SL1 ( Limited to 1280x720)

Canon EOS Rebel T7i

Canon EOS Rebel T7 ( Limited to 1280x720)

Canon EOS Rebel T5i (Limited to 1280x720)


Nikon Z5

Nikon D6

Nikon D5

Nikon D850

Nikon D810

Nikon D810a

Nikon D750

Nikon D610 (Limited to 1280x720)

Nikon D500 (Limited to 1280x720)

Nikon D750

Nikon D7200

Nikon D7500

Nikon D5600

Nikon D5300 (Limited to 1280x720)

Nikon D3500

Nikon D3400


LumaShare Sharing App


Connect dslrBooth to LumaShare to allow guests to share their videos and photos via iPad. LumaShare will fetch the photos and videos from either dslrBooth or when connected to your local wifi network or the internet and display them on the iPad. Guests can share their sessions, including videos and photos from their session via Email, SMS, Airdrop, QR Code and more. Download from the Apple app store. A new slideshow feature is coming soon to LumaShare.



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