Seriously how can it be worse than a 3 year old Oneplus 6 that costed me 550eu and 8 years old Note 3 500eu. The Samsung S21 Ultra costs 1200eu and it is worse at video recording than these 2 phones HOW? WHY? its July update already how is it still not fixed. there is no details in 4k 60fps in S21 Ultra just look at the grass and at the trees its just a blurry mess. How is this acceptable?
this is S21 Ultra:
this is Note 3:
and these are Oneplus 6:
Well its really hard to tell when its at close range and your video is at 30fps and at 30fps it preserves more details but when i record videos i always record them at 60fps i put it on a gimble and walk around with the camera all the time. When its on 30fps there is just to much stutter so i always record on 60fps.... 😣
In my case the example that i showed was one of the good ones it was made in the morning the sun was behind me. I just checked it again...an hour ago the sun is at a different angle and now it looks a lot worse so much noise its just horrible. Just look in this video 0.01sec pause and look at the fence, ground and the closest tree there is just too much noise. the funny thing is in the middle of the video it did manage to capture detail and it really surprised me, this was the first time that it did this at 4K 60fps. And the shadows are a lot darker in the video than they are in real life. 1 of the main reasons that i bought this phone because samsung advertised it very large censor 108mp and stuff better light capture..... total scam ...how can it be so bad. This is the most expensive phone i have ever bought in my life my previous phones never exceeded 600eu and i hoped i would use it for 4+ years. 😟
it was recorded at around 18:00
yeah the dropout is just terrible in your case a complete loss of detail.
The phone itself is awesome and the photos it makes are great as well... its just the video recording that is a disaster. Its just when i go somewhere or travel.....(if that will ever happen again 🤣) i always record videos. Videos preserve memory better. Usually the only times i make photos is in bad light environment (put it on something stable + lowest ISO + long exposure) i just hope that they will fix it ...at least to a level of snapdragon.