What video quality option do you use when recording on your phone?

We’ve seen enormous strides in smartphone video quality through the years, going from commonplace definition within the late 2000s to FHD and even 4K recording within the early 2010s. In truth, it’s not unusual to search out flagship phones with 8K recording capabilities lately.

We do marvel what video quality setting Android Authority readers really use when recording video although. Do you go for the best decision doable, do you prioritize frame-rate, or are you nonetheless taking pictures on the lowest decision doable? Let us know by answering our ballot beneath!

I like the concept of utilizing 4K/60fps recording, nonetheless giving me loads of decision with out sacrificing frame-rate. But my every day driver is the Vivo X60 Pro Plus and its ultra-stable video mode solely tops out at 1080p/60fps, whereas the 4K and 8K modes felt extra juddery in my expertise. So I keep on with the 1080p/60fps mode as a substitute.

I may see just a few individuals adopting 8K video recording, because it’s doable to deal with this quality option like a burst photograph mode, extracting ~33MP frames from clips. But the trade-off is that you’re getting enormous file sizes.

We’ve additionally seen video quality fluctuate by digital camera on some telephones, with some units providing 8K recording on the first shooter however dropping all the way down to 4K/60fps on the ultra-wide. If you’re on this camp, merely select the option you use most frequently. Use an altogether totally different option akin to 4K at 24fps or 6K recording? Then vote for “other” and depart a remark beneath.

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