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How is the video function on the camera, is it really 4k video?

  1. Cinematographer
    Donut Oct 31, 2014

    Cinematographer , Oct 31, 2014 :
    Hi One Plusers,
    I am looking at trying to get my hands on one of these phones after a serious motorbike accident the old phone is in more pieces than it started with. I work in the film industry using 4k camera's but this phone could be very useful for pre shoot recon and stills. Can any let me know how the camera performs and is there a place where I can look at RAW footage without having to trawl through 15min reviews to get 15 seconds of video is good! Cheers for helping out with this question :)
     

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  2. carbine30
    Marshmallow Oct 31, 2014

    carbine30 , Oct 31, 2014 :
    this thread might help
    https://forums.oneplus.net/threads/4k-video.82879/
     

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  3. DeRijckeYordi
    Honeycomb Oct 31, 2014


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  4. darmin13
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 31, 2014


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  5. hons
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 31, 2014


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  6. Cinematographer
    Donut Oct 31, 2014

    Cinematographer , Oct 31, 2014 :
    Tried google and found loads of not so useful information, I'm not being lazy just busted up after the accident and sitting at computer is limited time wise with the broken sternum and ribs. Still looking for codec compression used (mentions H.265 but that has not been released yet)
     

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  7. funmunke
    Marshmallow Oct 31, 2014


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  8. Cinematographer
    Donut Oct 31, 2014

    Cinematographer , Oct 31, 2014 :
    Cheers Guys, I probably should of stated that as well as the 4k option I'm looking to make sure that it will integrate into my editing system, I have FCP7 and Adobe CS6 Suite on a MAC, the codec is important so I can quickly ingest footage and edit natively as the footage will only be used for recon and BTS. From what I have read it is heavily compressed but haven't seen the actual codec name used. If someone has a workflow including a colour correction aspect that is really what I'm looking for. Footage I have seen looks great but you tube only shows 1080p.
     

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  9. MayankMehta
    Jelly Bean Nov 3, 2014

    MayankMehta , Nov 3, 2014 :
    You can only take few minutes video after that the device gets heated
    And yes it is real 4k
     

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  10. Jfb112697
    Gingerbread Nov 3, 2014


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  11. Fullframepix
    Gingerbread Nov 3, 2014

    Fullframepix , Nov 3, 2014 :
    If I'm not mistaken the LG G3 is doing that... for a more expensive price unfortunately!
     

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