How to shoot 4K Ultra HD Video resolution on the iPhone



One of the few disadvantages of smartphones iPhone was the lack of support for video recording at 4K resolution. With the updated application in the App Store,  Ultrakam 4K now makes it possible. Earlier versions Ultrakam allows you to shoot 2K videos on the iPhone 5 and the new version with index “3.0” has brought support for 4K video recording, but only for iPhone and iPhone 6 6 Plus.

Ultrakam 4K was created as a budget alternative to such giants as high-quality video recording GoPro Hero4 ($ 600) and Sony F55 ($ 28,000), as well as other professional cameras. Hassan Yoriostegy developer Ultrakam, believes that the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus in conjunction with iOS 8 made tremendous strides to achieve high image quality.

ultrakam-3How developers Ultrakam 4K managed to “force” flagships shoot video resolution of 3264 x 2448 pixels? The thing is, that in fact the application does not record video, and photos to make vosmimegapikselnaya camera at 30 frames per second, and then “glue” in the video images obtained by a special codec MJPEG. On the iPhone 6 with 128 GB of internal memory can record over 30 minutes of video super high quality.

Ultrakam 4K is also famous for the huge number of settings. Here you can manually adjust the exposure, focus, white balance, and record video in Timelapse and Slow Motion.

Ultrakam 4K works with the following devices and records video at the following resolutions:

– IPhone 6 and 6 Plus: 4K, 3K, 2K, HD, HDV;
– IPhone 5S (chip A7): 3K, 2K, HD, HDV;
– IPhone 5 (chip A6): 2K at 20 FPS, HD, HDV;
– IPhone 4S and older models: HD with a frequency of 30FPS.

The resulting videos in 4K, you can immediately upload to YouTube, save in the standard application “Photo” or broadcast via HDMI to a TV or Airplay.

Download Ultrakam 4K for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad (App Store) priced $9.99

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