Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Video Samples
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra : Video Samples
The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is capable of recording 8K video from its 108 MP main camera, albeit only for 5 minutes, and without electronic image stabilisation, only optical image stabilisation provided by the lens.
It retains the ability to switch between cameras, and the Camera app has been modified to allow you to zoom all the way to 100X. However, the preset steps are much wider now.
Take a look at these 1080p, 4K and 8K video samples we took :
Video Sample #1 : Blues Band (1080p)
The image quality at 1080p is exceptional, with good control of the exposure. Image stabilisation by the main camera was good, but there was some shakiness when we switched to the telephoto camera.
Its audio quality and noise cancellation were also very good. Even though it was breezy that day, you can’t hear any wind noise.
Video Sample #2 : Blues Band (4K)
This is our favourite video recording resolution. Good image quality at a high resolution, with good exposure.
Video Sample #3 : Blues Band (8K)
The detail at 8K was exceptional, and the image stabilisation (only optical) was better than we expected. But we noticed some autofocus issues – you can see some seeking even though no one is moving.
Video Sample #4 : Street Market (1080p)
In this test of its image stabilisation capabilities, you can see that at 1080p, the S20 Ultra does a very good job of cancelling out hand shake while walking.
Video Sample #5 : Street Market (4K)
Image stabilisation at 4K was very good too. Very smooth video even while walking.
Video Sample #6 : Street Market (8K)
At 8K, there is some noticeable jerkiness, but thanks to OIS, it actually turned out better than we expected.
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