So I purchased my Samsung S9 Plus at 10/03/2018.
All I did was testing photos and more photos until now that I tested the video recording.
I saw a lot of people sharing their videos in 4K and 1080p, etc... I can say that I saw an impressive quality by the users who shared their videos.
So I was exciting and started to record from my S9+, but unfortunately mine where just bad, at least at night and low light.
Recording at day light I saw that sometimes the video shutters a little bit.
The front camera just seems awfull...
So I went to Samsung directly and for my surprise they said that it was perfectly normal.
So dear users, I will let here a link with the videos that I recorded so you can tell me if is it this the real quality of 4K from Samsung S9+ .
I didn't uploaded to youtube because people say that they are rendered and the it's not the real quality so I uploaded the original ones.
If someone had the same issue please tell me.
Thank you for your help.
I have the same problem. I bought mine 3 days ago. At day light the camera is perfect but at low light it is soo bad. I researched that and some more people have this problem.
Glad I found this thread- I bought an s9 plus- and I noticed it struggled on focusing on 4K video, the quality was good it was just the erratic’s focal popping, so I sent it back.
Wondering if there has been a software update ?.
My problem is that in low light I have this weird bad quality when recording.
And what I noticed too is that this happens on Exynos version.
I just need to find more people with the problem, because more people as the same problem as I know.
I never got to test at night, I was so disappointed- the work around was to drop to 1080p, which defeats the purpose of 4K.
I did have the Exynos version.
Poor very poor, so I switched back to the IPhone X.
As you can see at this video, this one of my test at night: https://youtu.be/9L84p-_vAeE
And you can see others at the top of my post.
I would like to see some test videos from you if you don't mind.
Do you still have the S9+ and could you share your test night videos?