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Samsung’s 4K response to Apple’s ‘Shot on iPhone’ is incredible

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Apple’s famous ‘Shot on iPhone’ campaign shows the very best of what its iPhone camera is capable of. But Samsung has finally hit back.

Samsung has released a new video titled ‘Captured on Galaxy S7’, showcasing the new phone’s seriously impressive 4K video capture credentials. The new clip is just over a minute long, and features some genuinely incredible footage.

Check it out:

We gave the Samsung Galaxy S7 a 10/10 score in our review, praising its formidable camera. The Samsung flagship features a 12-megapixel image sensor, incorporating Dual Pixel technology – this means that the autofocus is lightning fast. There’s also a wide f/1.7 aperture that lets plenty of light into the lens.

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What do you think of Samsung’s Galaxy S7? Let us know in the comments.

Christian

June 16, 2016, 11:07 am

I can't wait for the Note 6. Photos and videos both look incredible on my Note 4.

pablouk

June 16, 2016, 11:30 am

Bugger off Samsung, since you update the camera on my S6 Edge, the camera is just rubbish. Either it takes ages to focus or the pictures have a washed out look. They are fine when you auto adjust and look at them on the screen, but the adjusted pictures do not transfer to a PC etc.

Jeffsters

June 16, 2016, 11:47 am

Here we go again with PR rather the tested reviews! Just how is this different or better than iPhone's 4K video? How, other than posting yet another "me too" how exactly has Samsung "hit back"? Sorry...again, is this "Trusted Reviews" or a regurgitation of Samsung PR again?

Jeffsters

June 16, 2016, 11:47 am

Finally something on Trusted Reviews I can use!

Bugblatter

June 16, 2016, 5:13 pm

I just hope the Note 6 is actually a Note, rather than an S with a stylus. My wife and I both have Note 4s and the 5 was of zero interest.

finnnjake

June 18, 2016, 2:42 pm

Since when did an iPhone become a barometer for camera prowess? lol it has always been 1 or 2 gen behind. Glad they finally had ois, welcome to 2012. Rich audio (or equivalent tech) is still missing though, ditto for Samsung which is unfortunate since the galaxies are so capable a shooter. I guess both dont want to pay license fees. Of course the lumias are still the 'best' if best photo and video is what you are after.

For in the moment snapshots? Fair enough the iPhones are great. Of course don't forget to apply the filters otherwise the picks are meh. The videos even more so w horrible roll and of course flat sound. Seriously license rich audio, or at least add another mic.

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