FPS is an abbreviation of Frames Per Second. It indicates the number of frames per second. In other words, Honeycam captures 10 images per second if the FPS is set to 10 (if an object being recorded is moving).
If a series of images are continuously played back, it becomes a video image. FPS is an element that determines how many images will be displayed per second. Generally, movies played at movie theaters use 24 FPS, while normal video files mostly use 30 FPS.
An image becomes smoother if the FPS is higher, but the file size increases if the FPS is high as GIFs have a low compression rate. Therefore, around 10 FPS (less than 20 FPS) is recommended for animated images.