All iPhone owners given Christmas warning to avoid huge camera app mistake

IF you’re getting ready to take loads of videos this Christmas, be sure to have the right settings on your iPhone.

Sometimes all those lights can blur when you go to film, but there’s actually a way to minimise it from happening.

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Any of the PAL options are best, TikToker claimsCredit: @heleneinbetween / TikTok

According to TikToker Helene Sula, it’s just a few taps away in the settings.

“See how these lights are flashing and flickering?” she told followers.

“There’s a super easy way to fix this.

“Here’s how to fix this so you don’t take flashing videos this holiday season.”

Just go into the Settings and look for Camera.

Select Record Video.

Here she suggests picking any of the PAL options.

There’s 1080p HD 25fps (PAL) or for even higher quality there’s 4K 25 fps (PAL).

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Either one of these should do the trick.

Obviously the higher you go, the more storage space it’ll take, so that’s something to be mindful of.

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Now when you go back to the camera app and shoot a video, it’ll automatically record in the new quality setting you’ve chosen.

Don’t miss other great iPhone video tricks, like an alternative way to quickly and easily zoom in and out.

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