1. smooth4lyfe's Avatar
    HTC One vs. Samsung Galaxy S4 vs. iPhone 5 Video Comparison

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    Galaxy S4 vs. HTC One



    Galaxy S4 vs iPhone 5




    UPDATE

    Galaxy S4 can record Slow Motion Video!!!
    03-22-2013 01:12 PM
  2. AlphaVictor87's Avatar
    Damn, if this is real, i cannot wait to get my hands on an S4.

    well i can't wait regardless, but those comparisons just upped it a few notches.
    03-22-2013 01:30 PM
  3. smooth4lyfe's Avatar
    Another win! The Galaxy S4 can record slow motion!!! I did not know that man I cant wait!!
    03-26-2013 02:00 AM
  4. PittsPgh's Avatar
    Nothing new. My HTC EVOLTE can do that as well. last year.
    Paul
    cherrywithns likes this.
    03-26-2013 05:41 AM
  5. planoman's Avatar
    The note 2 can record in slow or fast motion. I thought the s3 could too? I have used it 0 times. Lots of features sound so useful but are really not that useful in real use. Multi view is one. I could not wait to get it on my note 2 and rarely use it. Maybe that's just me though.

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I317
    Rizz1-2 likes this.
    03-26-2013 09:28 AM
  6. Rizz1-2's Avatar
    Doesn't the S3 have slow motion as well? My DNA has it, I just assumed it was on most top level phones.
    03-26-2013 09:29 AM
  7. smooth4lyfe's Avatar
    Doesn't the S3 have slow motion as well? My DNA has it, I just assumed it was on most top level phones.
    The Galaxy S3 does not have it... I never had that feature on any phone I had

    Sent from my Samsung Galaxy S3 Boyyyyyy!
    03-26-2013 10:21 AM
  8. Rizz1-2's Avatar
    The Galaxy S3 does not have it... I never had that feature on any phone I had

    Sent from my Samsung Galaxy S3 Boyyyyyy!
    Hmm.. That's surprising. Especially considering how many features Samsung packs into its phones.
    03-26-2013 10:33 AM
  9. AllenRulz's Avatar
    S4 looks GREAT on Video.
    03-27-2013 11:21 PM
  10. Dramer77's Avatar
    Hmm.. That's surprising. Especially considering how many features Samsung packs into its phones.
    either the s3 or one x had this last year, i used it ..
    04-02-2013 11:37 AM
  11. iPhone 5_to_GS4's Avatar
    GS4 wins. I like how wide the video angle is compared to ip5. Ip5 video angle is too narrow. When I switch from photo to video there is a drastic narrowing of the angle. It looks like it zooms in 30%.
    04-02-2013 12:26 PM
  12. Newtoandroid99's Avatar
    Another win! The Galaxy S4 can record slow motion!!! I did not know that man I cant wait!!
    I'm impressed with the SG4 video quality no doubt, but I fail to see why any phone needs to record slow mo video. Can't you just play anything back in slow mo already? I just wish SG4 had the option to add all these effects after the shot like the HTC one. Ugh, decisions decisions.
    04-23-2013 09:12 AM
  13. smooth4lyfe's Avatar
    I'm impressed with the SG4 video quality no doubt, but I fail to see why any phone needs to record slow mo video. Can't you just play anything back in slow mo already? I just wish SG4 had the option to add all these effects after the shot like the HTC one. Ugh, decisions decisions.
    It has the option to do those after the shot with the video editor. You can most likely download video editing apps that can do so as well
    04-23-2013 10:51 AM
  14. Newtoandroid99's Avatar
    It has the option to do those after the shot with the video editor. You can most likely download video editing apps that can do so as well
    So your telling me that I can do the drama shots, the eraser all and so on after I take the picture with the SG4? I am assuming it would have to be video though, or does it have a special mode you use? Everything I have seen so far makes it seem that you must choose the type of picture before you take the shot.
    04-23-2013 03:57 PM
  15. smooth4lyfe's Avatar
    So your telling me that I can do the drama shots, the eraser all and so on after I take the picture with the SG4? I am assuming it would have to be video though, or does it have a special mode you use? Everything I have seen so far makes it seem that you must choose the type of picture before you take the shot.
    Yeah, the modes are to make it easier for the user to do it automatically (which I think is better), but if you wanted to do the long way, you certainly can I know its possible
    There is a separate video editor app, which may allow you to do some of those things
    Some things may only be possible while taking the shot, because after you take the shot, the multiple photos are only stored in memory for so long, otherwise I'd assume it take up more memory and space saving each photo manually, then later on editing it (which is my assumption as what would happen)

    There is a Photoshop app which may be able to do some of those things
    Newtoandroid99 likes this.
    04-23-2013 04:29 PM
  16. Newtoandroid99's Avatar
    Yeah, the modes are to make it easier for the user to do it automatically (which I think is better), but if you wanted to do the long way, you certainly can I know its possible
    There is a separate video editor app, which may allow you to do some of those things
    Some things may only be possible while taking the shot, because after you take the shot, the multiple photos are only stored in memory for so long, otherwise I'd assume it take up more memory and space saving each photo manually, then later on editing it (which is my assumption as what would happen)

    There is a Photoshop app which may be able to do some of those things
    cool, thanks, I look forward to trying this out whenever I get my phone, i'm hoping to find one in store on 5/1.
    04-23-2013 05:29 PM
  17. Newtoandroid99's Avatar
    Yeah, the modes are to make it easier for the user to do it automatically (which I think is better), but if you wanted to do the long way, you certainly can I know its possible
    There is a separate video editor app, which may allow you to do some of those things
    Some things may only be possible while taking the shot, because after you take the shot, the multiple photos are only stored in memory for so long, otherwise I'd assume it take up more memory and space saving each photo manually, then later on editing it (which is my assumption as what would happen)

    There is a Photoshop app which may be able to do some of those things
    Actually, turns out you must select the mode before taking the shot, kind of a bummer as you have to know what type of shot you want to take beforehand. I found this video about the features and how they work.
    How to take a Drama Shot and Erase unwanted objects with the Samsung Galaxy S 4 camera | TalkAndroid.com
    04-24-2013 04:32 PM

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