09-07-2014 01:17 AM
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  1. uzeroni's Avatar
    Great extra feature, but IMO, I'd prefer 60fps 1080p or 120fps 720p. Fix the OIS wobble with Denim, then you've got something great.
    09-06-2014 08:10 AM
  2. Dreamspell's Avatar
    Wish it was 30fps. 24 is a gimmick and choppy. Oh well. I probably wont use it too much. I understand 30fps would require more bandwidth though...
    You will be able to record in 4K (2160p) at 30 FPS, as well as 1440p at 30 FPS.

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    Only the Movie Moments action by holding the shutter button will always be at 24 FPS.
    09-06-2014 08:20 AM
  3. salmanahmad's Avatar
    Wish it was 30fps. 24 is a gimmick and choppy. Oh well. I probably wont use it too much. I understand 30fps would require more bandwidth though...
    24 FPS isn't a gimmick. While 24 FPS in gaming could be a bit choppy, 24 FPS with motion blur in video recording doesn't have any choppiness.

    In fact most movies released even today are in 1080p 24 FPS.

    Great extra feature, but IMO, I'd prefer 60fps 1080p or 120fps 720p. Fix the OIS wobble with Denim, then you've got something great.
    What if the camera sensor doesn't support 60 and 120 FPS video at those resolutions? Does anyone know what sensor is being used on the 1520? I could search about it.

    And the OIS wobble is probably a hardware defect, that's what I hear anyways.
    09-06-2014 08:23 AM
  4. mister2d's Avatar
    You will be able to record in 4K (2160p) at 30 FPS, as well as 1440p at 30 FPS.

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    Only the Movie Moments action by holding the shutter button will always be at 24 FPS.

    Pretty cool 😎. Guess that squashes speculation. I wonder what's there approach to heat buildup.
    09-06-2014 08:23 AM
  5. Ed Boland's Avatar
    I'm on the "I'd rather have high frame rate (60 - 120FPS) recording" bus...
    09-06-2014 08:25 AM
  6. HeyCori's Avatar
    09-06-2014 08:50 AM
  7. badr0b0t's Avatar
    Soon with the new firmware.
    I don't care. I don't have a 4K TV to enjoy it anyway. So, it doesn't matter to me.
    oviedofreak82 likes this.
    09-06-2014 09:49 AM
  8. ronaldme's Avatar
    I don't care. I don't have a 4K TV to enjoy it anyway. So, it doesn't matter to me.
    You need to read the comments.
    Jas00555 and Deutscher2 like this.
    09-06-2014 12:11 PM
  9. Anthony Vangeli's Avatar
    I'm still waiting for exposure lock in video capture mode.

    Might be able to then have professional-ish looking video to go along with the spectacular photo capabilities. 4K, manual focus and white balance, but adding exposure lock? Think of the content people could create with that. Oh well. Hopefully it's added to the revamped Lumia Camera.
    09-06-2014 01:21 PM
  10. Squachy's Avatar
    Wish it was 30fps. 24 is a gimmick and choppy. Oh well. I probably wont use it too much. I understand 30fps would require more bandwidth though...
    I think every and all movies that get released in cinema is at 24fps.....
    Television sitcoms are at 30fps (documentaries I think are at 24fps)
    Games are ideal at 30fps (CONSTANT no drops below 30), or 60fps (ideally cuz then framedrops wont visually affect it too much)
    09-06-2014 01:57 PM
  11. salmanahmad's Avatar
    I think every and all movies that get released in cinema is at 24fps.....
    Television sitcoms are at 30fps (documentaries I think are at 24fps)
    Games are ideal at 30fps (CONSTANT no drops below 30), or 60fps (ideally cuz then framedrops wont visually affect it too much)
    Most content, including movies are 24 FPS(with motion blur). The motion blur is what makes the movies smooth to our eyes.

    Most open world games try to keep FPS locked at 30, this includes GTA, Watch Dogs, etc.

    First person shooters put FPS, above all, and all games try to keep the FPS around 60 to be extremely smooth.

    In this sense, the Lumia 1520 and other devices will support 4K at 24 and 30 FPS, so it's not a gimmick it'll be a pretty useful feature.
    09-06-2014 02:29 PM
  12. yahia_malkawi's Avatar
    Missing snapdragon 801+ , fingerprint scanner , water and dust resistance , 3gb ram + , QHD screen big battery with 5.2 inches 500ppi+
    09-06-2014 02:42 PM
  13. yahia_malkawi's Avatar
    Will the 830 get 4k video support? , wrists the devices that are supported ?
    09-06-2014 02:44 PM
  14. Deutscher2's Avatar
    Will the 830 get 4k video support?
    Nein.
    Cryio likes this.
    09-06-2014 02:49 PM
  15. Silviu Bogusevschi's Avatar
    Missing snapdragon 801+ , fingerprint scanner , water and dust resistance , 3gb ram + , QHD screen big battery with 5.2 inches 500ppi+
    Whoa..?
    09-06-2014 03:06 PM
  16. mister2d's Avatar
    Most content, including movies are 24 FPS(with motion blur). The motion blur is what makes the movies smooth to our eyes.

    Most open world games try to keep FPS locked at 30, this includes GTA, Watch Dogs, etc.

    First person shooters put FPS, above all, and all games try to keep the FPS around 60 to be extremely smooth.

    In this sense, the Lumia 1520 and other devices will support 4K at 24 and 30 FPS, so it's not a gimmick it'll be a pretty useful feature.


    Saying "gimmick" these days is the new gimmick.
    HeyCori likes this.
    09-06-2014 03:16 PM
  17. ronaldme's Avatar
    Missing snapdragon 801+ , fingerprint scanner , water and dust resistance , 3gb ram + , QHD screen big battery with 5.2 inches 500ppi+
    Wrong forum, sorry.
    09-06-2014 03:51 PM
  18. Keith Wallace's Avatar
    I guess it's fine for future support, but the device itself has a 1080p display, and the majority of monitors and TVs sold are 1080p, so it's mostly an overkill epeen spec.
    09-06-2014 04:18 PM
  19. Jas00555's Avatar
    I guess it's fine for future support, but the device itself has a 1080p display, and the majority of monitors and TVs sold are 1080p, so it's mostly an overkill epeen spec.
    Did you even read the comments in this thread?
    09-06-2014 04:34 PM
  20. ShinraCorp's Avatar
    Pffffft 4k that's for wimps, today it's 8k the new deal :P LG says 4K televisions are old news, shows off 98-inch 8K set at IFA - TechSpot
    mister2d likes this.
    09-06-2014 04:42 PM
  21. Blacklac's Avatar
    I think every and all movies that get released in cinema is at 24fps.....
    Television sitcoms are at 30fps (documentaries I think are at 24fps)
    Games are ideal at 30fps (CONSTANT no drops below 30), or 60fps (ideally cuz then framedrops wont visually affect it too much)
    Movies are recorded at 24fps, but you watch them at 48/60/72/96/120/240 fps. Watching 24fps would be like watching a slideshow. Even when every frame is doubled, at 48fps, you can still see flicker.
    09-06-2014 06:34 PM
  22. Silviu Bogusevschi's Avatar
    Movies are recorded at 24fps, but you watch them at 48/60/72/96/120/240 fps. Watching 24fps would be like watching a slideshow. Even when every frame is doubled, at 48fps, you can still see flicker.
    Most of movies we watch on PC are 23.97 fps FYI, at least all what I've watched.

    P.S. I've watched only one 60fps movie, forgot the name.

    Edit 1. You have a superpower btw, you can see flicker in 48 fps movies lol.
    09-06-2014 06:36 PM
  23. Blacklac's Avatar
    Most of movies we watch on PC are 23.97 FYI, at least all what I've watched.

    P.S. I've watched only one 60fps movie, forgot the name.
    What's your point? Watching 24fps on a PC isn't exactly plug and play. There are plenty of pieces in that chain to botch a native 24fps (or 23.976) output. The playback software, GPU and any additional processing software all have to be manually set to 24fps output. Not to mention the Monitor. Sure, most PC monitors are no issue, but if you have a TV connected that just adds to the mess.

    24fps is a slow refresh rate, there's no argument about it.
    09-06-2014 06:44 PM
  24. Blacklac's Avatar
    Most of movies we watch on PC are 23.97 fps FYI, at least all what I've watched.

    P.S. I've watched only one 60fps movie, forgot the name.

    Edit 1. You have a superpower btw, you can see flicker in 48 fps movies lol.
    48fps flicker is a huge issue with Panasonic plasma's. Its not hard to see. The higher end Panasonic models use 96fps to avoid this.
    09-06-2014 06:45 PM
  25. Silviu Bogusevschi's Avatar
    What's your point? Watching 24fps on a PC isn't exactly plug and play. There are plenty of pieces in that chain to botch a native 24fps (or 23.976) output. The playback software, GPU and any additional processing software all have to be manually set to 24fps output. Not to mention the Monitor. Sure, most PC monitors are no issue, but if you have a TV connected that just adds to the mess.

    24fps is a slow refresh rate, there's no argument about it.
    FPS is not related to refresh rate. The image of the movie is not refreshing, it's a just a sequence of a lot of images (frames), This is the monitor which refreshes and flickers (60Hz is low, 120Hz is fine enough).
    Don't confuse Hz with FPS.
    HoosierDaddy likes this.
    09-06-2014 06:48 PM
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