The latest entrants in the smartphone market are iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus; with their entry, the two phones have created much hullabaloo among the users especially with its feature of 4k video shooting.
As a normal user, everybody would be interested in shooting high quality videos and clicking excellent photos on iPhones. But there are a few who wouldn’t like the idea of upgrading to iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus from their existing iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus.
How to Record 4K Video on Your iPhone 6 Plus, 6, 5s and 5
Of course, the idea of shooting 4k videos would certainly fascinate many users. So here is a solution. Instead of upgrading to a costlier iPhone, download a few apps on your iPhone and enjoy shooting 4k videos.
Loaded with a number of highly impressive features, Vizzywig is a powerhouse. With 4K frame mode, the app lets you view every single frame of your video in individually and also allows you to save for high-resolution photo books. The availability of multiple aspect ratios and frame rates ensure you have the desired freedom to record fabulous videos.
Make the most of auto zoom and manual controls for focus as well as exposure to snap stunners. You can choose from a wide range of editing tools to enhance your videos.
Don’t miss out on the Hollywood style intros, titles, and credits that can make your movies look eye-catching. Oh, you also have a number of fonts and styles to select from.
#2. ProCam 5
I have always rated “ProCam 5” very highly thanks to the availability of a number of top-notch features that allow you to capture fascinating photos and videos with ease. It supports 4K Ultra HD – 3264×1836 upscaled to 3840×2160 on iPhone 5s / iPad Air 2 and later.
You can use 48/50/60 fps 4K even on your iPhone 5s. Fine-tune exposure, shutter speed, ISO to get the stunning shots. There are also white balance controls.
It allows you to extract still frames from videos as well. Did I say, you have as many as 17 lenses like the vignette, white vignette, fisheye and more to experiment?
#3. 8mm Vintage Camera
How about capturing old school vintage movies? “8mm Vintage Camera” lets you turn the clock back and allows you to take retro shots. You can also add dust and scratches, retro colors, flickering, light leaks, and even frame shakes to ensure your clips can enliven the memories of yesteryears.
Make the best use of real-time effects to capture pretty nice 4K videos. There are seven lenses including super 8, clear, flickering frame, spotlight, light leak, color fringing and classic to get the desired result.
You can use the jitter button to add frame shakes of 8mm projectors. With the help of sound switch, you will also be able to add projector sound for more fun.
That’s pretty much it!
Have your say
With the apps mentioned above at your disposal, you won’t have any problem in snapping 4K movies. Let me know your feedback and the app you have chosen for your video recording spree!
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