1. dpham00's Avatar
    Just curious if the lack of 4k video shooting affects anyone's interest in buying the phone? It seems a bit odd for a high end device, given that my note 3 supported it.
    01-20-2016 11:53 AM
  2. Rukbat's Avatar
    Since I have nothing that would display 4k video (the human eye can't see the difference between HD and 4k on a 12" screen) no. If I had a 4k TV larger than 65", it might, but that's the minimum it would take to see the difference, unless you're looking at individual pixels, not the entire picture. They're making the cameras better than they have to be, just as a selling point. If we see an 8k video in the future, we'll be looking at waterless water.
    01-20-2016 12:08 PM
  3. LeoRex's Avatar
    Nah.... I don't have much of a use for 4K at the moment. The things take up way too much space and there's nothing I have that would even be able to display it. Yes, I know you can oversample it back to 1080 and have a (slightly) higher quality video, but again, I don't have an issue with the quality of native 1080 videos.
    01-20-2016 12:16 PM
  4. poppy's Avatar
    I have had several phones with 4k video recording but I mostly use 1080p at 60fps, so no, it doesn't put me off.
    02-06-2016 01:27 PM

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