How to Use Superzoom on Instagram for Android or iOS

Superzoom on Instagram for Android or iOS

What is Instagram Superzoom ?

Instagram has brought a lot of latest options in the past few months and well, as you may have guessed, a new feature dubbed “Superzoom” has made its way to Instagram. The Superzoom features is integrated within the in-app camera and it’s one of the most fun Instagram features I actually have used. It allows you to record crisp videos of the camera zooming in on someone’s face or any other object with suspenseful music playing in the background by default. you can use this new feature to supplement your daily nuances on Instagram Stories with some casual fun and artistic videos.

Use Instagram Superzoom Feature on android or iOS

1. Open the Instagram app and click on the “camera” icon at the top left. under the shutter button, you can now swipe the recording choices available at the bottom to find the new “Superzoom” feature sitting between the Boomerang and Rewind.

2. Now, you need to click on the circular ‘shutter’ button to automatically record a 3-second Superzoom video to post to your Instagram story. You can, however, hold down the shutter button to record a 15-second Superzoom with an extended and slow final zoom on the object. Here’s a fast close-up shot of our bobble-head Tony Stark:

3. you can currently choose between 2 choices, either share the Superzoom video with your followers by adding it to your Story or send it as a direct Message to your friends. You’re also free to save the same to upload it elsewhere, perhaps as a GIF.

While it's welcoming to see Instagram debut new creative format, you can also still create zooming videos without the Superzoom feature. All you wish to try and do is hold down the shutter button and drag your finger, in a vertical motion, across the screen to zoom. This video will be zoomed in but the stutter effect and suspenseful music may be missing from it.

Instagram Superzoom: extremely up-close but Fun

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