1/2.3" sensor? oh what a huge disappointment i hope that proves false
As for 4K Video that's not surprising, people have been making 4K video with devices like the Nokia 808 Pureview for some time now
I don't think we actually need the 4k resolution , the 1080p is more than enough
1/2.3 inch is too small. 1 inch is the min sensor for quite good camera.
Its a shame that when sony releases something, all these people complain about it and if this was samsung, people would have praised them for bringing these features!
How come people can't praise a company when they bring something innovative instead of bashing it like this?
Very disappointed with these sony haters..
and You can make a very stabilized FullHD clips from 4k video in software like sony vegas, adobe premier ect. Even youtube have that option when you upload video.
Oflife, 15 Aug 2013Be assured, 720P video shot on any real camera (from Panasonic Lumix G series to Canon 5D Mk I... moreReally?!?
Is that true?
Só, explain this, why is it that my 720p Xperia Arc as better video than my Panasonic tri-ccd 1080i camcorder?
Don't judge a book by its size, my friend!
The camera will be great, its the same sensor that Sony make for Nikon and Canon compact cameras and the 4k is just a extra, you don't need to use it if is too much for you, but for me is just great thing, 4k TVs will be standard for a few years and you can extract hi-res images from 4k video which is such a great feature.
Oflife, 15 Aug 2013Be assured, 720P video shot on any real camera (from Panasonic Lumix G series to Canon 5D Mk I... moreit's really funny that you haven't seen the nokia camera so you leave it(it's already in the market)... the sony phone is not released yet but your stating it's not worth it.. get a life
It's nice for those who care more about numbers on a paper than actual quality.
In short: it's a phone, with the optical group of a phone (and every single limitation that comes with it). That alone sets the ceiling for your quality, not the number of pixels your sensor is able to capture.
I am far more concerned about lens quality and the much needed adoption of optical zoom in a phone (which is costly and Sony doesn't even want to talk about).
It's cheaper slap a 4k sensor than actually make this a very high quality cam (for the size).
AnonD-164187, 15 Aug 20134k recording.. hmm.. I really don't think the quality of 4k will be good.. sounds more like a ... moreBy the way..who needs a 4K display to watch a 4k resolution video....can't you watch a FHD video on QHD resolution display...?
I am more interested in 60 FPS.
As this huge resolution have few screens to be shown on properly.