Consider these Galaxy phones
for the power of mobile 4K video
capture in a portable footprint
that’s also beautifully designed.
The S6 and S6 Edge have many of
the features of the Note 5, but in a
thinner design. And, like the Note,
they can shoot 4K video at 30 fps.
Both smart phones have a slim,
sturdy, all-metal body, but come
with Samsung’s blazing fast 64-bit
processor, which can make the
most of any ultra-high-def video
clip you capture.
Like the Note 5, the S6 and
S6 Edge include an AMOLED
display, but the 5.1-inch screen
fits easily into any pocket. One
essential feature, especially for
shooting on the go, is image
stabilization: the 16-megapixel
rear-facing camera has a built-in
optical image stabilizer, which
means your video will be far less
jittery than what you’ll shoot on
most mobile devices. And that’s
important because 4K video
increases detail and resolution, and
an image stabilizer is essential to
smooth out any bumps or shakes
that will be more noticeable than in
normal HD video.
} Samsung Galaxy Note 5
If you’re looking for a masterful
multimedia tool in a smartphone,
you’ll want to reach for the new
Galaxy Note 5. This phablet-style
powerhouse features a breathtaking
5.7-inch AMOLED display,
packing 518 pixels per inch, for
crisp, stunningly sharp viewing
and playback. It’s a workhorse that
includes a high-performing optical
image stabilizer, ensuring that all
your 4K video clips are smooth and
your 16-megapixel photos are sharp
and crisp. Even its front-facing
camera sports a 5-megapixel sensor,
for shooting better-looking selfies.
Available in two storage capacities
(32GB or 64GB), the Galaxy Note
5 has plenty of space for storing all
your high-quality video clips,
pictures and audio files.
In both function and design, it’s
hard to beat this mobile device.
With its aluminum chassis and
Gorilla Glass surface, its exterior is
both stylish and tough. Inside, its
64-bit processor can run the most
complex, processor-taxing apps
available. It can also record 4K video
at 3840x2160 at 30fps or full HD
video at a motion-slowing 120 fps.
And the Note 5 even comes with
an elegantly crafted S Pen stylus,
which professional filmmakers and
photographers will appreciate since
it’s a tool that can literally help you
dot every “i” and cross every “t” on
documents, forms and PDFs.
} Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 Edge