iPhone shoots 4K 60P & 1080 240FPS

iPhone shoots 4K 60P & 1080 240FPS
iPhone shoots 4K 60P & 1080 240FPS

Hey, guys,Apple just announced their iPhone eight and iPhone tens. This is not iPhone eight. This is iPhone seven plus. But I will have an iPhone eight as soon as it’s available on September 22nd.

And we will be taking a look at its video footage and maybe doing some comparison tests.

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Well, a huge selling point, at least to me, is that the new iPhones will shoot for K at 60 frames per second and 10 ATP 240 frames per second.

Now, I’ve already seen multiple people ask online. How is it that an iPhone can shoot for key at 60 frames per second and ten idea to 40 frames per second, which is crazy.

But the majority of DSL, Lars and Mirrorless Camera, can’t. So what is the simplest answer? And if I just want to say one way, very simply, it’s processer the actual C.P.U that is inside of these cameras.

So these camera companies, when they’re making a camera, they’re focusing on the auto focusing features and they buy a from some type of manufacturer.

Now, what Apple does and why their phones can be shooting at Fourcade 60 is because the processor is insanely powerful. The latest processor in the new iPhone is going to be more powerful than 2017, just newly released 13 inch MacBook pros with the AI seven Intel processor. So that is insane.

How powerful they’re getting these processors and graphics all in one unit.

So I have these cameras set up here. So just to illustrate why processors matter and we rarely talk about processes and cameras, we just look at specs, what the camera could do, what it can’t do.

It does overheat, does not overheat, but so much has to do with the processor.

Before I talk about these cameras, I’ll just mention on the GoPro side. So this is my GoPro. Here are three plus. I did not upgrade to the GoPro here for it because I bought this year for Kate. Why did I do that? Well, the GoPro for a shot for Kate at 24 or 30 frames per second.

But the battery life sucked and it would overheat if it’s warm outside and you’re shooting for a video. Why did I do that? Well, it’s the processor.

So the processor was inefficient. It created a lot of heat. It drained a lot of battery, and the camera would overheat because of that. So they used for K camera uses a newer version of that processor and a newer version of a Sony sensor inside of it.

And it has much, much better battery life and it does not overheat.

Well, the way processors work is as time progresses and the technology gets better, the processors will either use less power or they will get more powerful or typically both. So the newer version, it uses less power in it you, which means it has less heat.

So it’s not going to overheat. And it also gets better battery life, which is why this thing can record and Fourcade and do it well. And even this Ocky camera, they’re going to have a review video on soon. This is 70 bucks.

They can now record for Caite, which is kind of technology and processing power trickle down. I’ll put a link to this guy in the video description. So.

So you guys can see as we’re getting better processors, we’re able to do more and do it better with less heat and less battery usage. Now, have these cameras set up here.

It’s kind to illustrate the difference. So this is a G.H. five.

They can do for K at 60 and ten eighty at one one hundred eighty frames per second. So this is the closest to the iPhone. It does have a powerful processor in it and it uses the full sensor when recording its recording.

It does not crop in meaning it has enough processing power to read all that data and downsampling. Now if you guys remember the G.H. for it could not do that.

If you’re gonna be recording for K, you actually had to crop into the sensor to record for K. Because the processor, the S.P. was not powerful enough. And then on top of that, I don’t have a camera here, but the five day mark for it crops in a lot. It uses about the same sensor as a as a Panasonic microphone. There is, but it’s a full frame camera.

That’s because the processor that they put in there is not powerful enough to get all that data. So they literally just read a small portion of the sensor.

And the reason why a records into motion JPEG, which is like a 20 year old codec, is because the processor is not powerful enough to record into and out to H.R. two six four or MP four formats. So processors matter a ton. Couple more examples for you.

The A sixty five hundred will do a full sensor readout. So six K into four K.

But only at twenty four frames for a second. If you go to 30 it actually has the punch in because the processor is not powerful enough and obviously is not going to be doing for K at 60.

Now this camera here might look weird to you if you guys haven’t been following my channel for too long, but this is a Sony Samsung, which is no longer in the business as the Samsung, an X one. This camera is about three years old.

It came out shortly after the G.H. four. But what it did is that APC sensor in a red six point five K more than even the A sixty five hundred’s.

Like the eight nine six point five K full sensor, it would not punch in at all.

It take all that data and it would put it into a fork, a video. So the video is beautiful from his camera, very detailed. Basically, it’s slightly more detailed than the a sixty five hundred. And if you’re shooting for K 30, it would not punch in because it had enough processing power.

Three year old camera and same thing, 10 A.D. at 120. It would not punch in because out of processing power. So as you guys can see, if you want to be recording a video, you want to be reading out censor as you want to be taking all that data and encoding it.

You need a powerful processor. So we talked about power. What about heat?

Well, everybody knows that the Sony cameras are notorious for overheating. And it sucks. It really sucks. So this is a 60, 500 or a 63. I’m recording with a sixty five hundred and even a nine and seven hour two and a seven s two, depending on which model we have and how long your recording amby attempts, they will get hot and overheat.

That is also because of the processors. They’re using older processors that are not as efficient.

And I’ve been waiting for new models to come out for them to get new processors that are getting more efficient, which is going to improve rolling shutter, which is another issue that they have and it’s going to reduce heat, making it possible for these cameras to not overheat when you’re recording for Cape.

So when he hasn’t done it yet, hopefully they will do it soon, especially if they put out like a a seven S3 or a nine S.

They could do for a 60, then they’ll have to have a more powerful, more efficient, newer processor reducing heat. So, yes, we need more powerful processors.

And the reason why this cell phone or the newer version, the cell phone can record 40, 60 antennae to be at 240 frames per second, mainly is because as ultra powerful processor built in. And cell phones are the is improving so fast as so much money and so much development that in that market that they’re able to just keep cranking out and improving the processors and improving the video recording capabilities.

So hopefully some of these cameras start camera companies start investing in higher end or modern and newer S.P. used to have more power so that they can minimize the heat and improve the recording capabilities.

So Samsung did it because they had a smartphone division.

So they grabbed their latest and greatest put in here and made this an incredibly capable camera. I wish Samsung was still in the business because we’d have 40, 60 recording, you know, long before even the G.H. five had that.

So if you guys have any questions, ask him the comment section below.

Hopefully this article helped explain it. Now, there are a little bit there’s a little bit more to it. Of course, a sensor has to be capable of being read out fast enough and stuff like that. And you have to be able to record the data fast enough.

But like I said, the easiest answer is the pews are just not capable of doing that or they’ll just get too hot and they’ll overheat really quickly so they can’t use them for that reason.


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