The most important thing you might be missing out is that your iPhone can record 4k video. Yes!
But it has to be iPhone 6 or another latest model which at least runs on iOS 9. The 4k video can be recorded from your iPhone but it’s not as easy as it sounds. You’ll need to do some settings before you get all ready to record videos in 4k.
Go to settings and follow the steps mentioned below:
- Go to settings>camera
- Tap record video or Record Slow-mo
There will open a bunch of resolution options for you. Such as,
Standard video recording
- 720p HD at 30fps: 40MB per minute
- 1080p HD at 30fps (default resolution): 60MB per minute
- 1080p HD at 60fps (smoother video): 90MB per minute
- 4K at 24fps: 135MB per minute
- 4K at 30fps: 170MB per minute
- 4K at 60fps: 400MB per minute
Slo-mo video recording
- 1080p HD at 120fps: 170MB per minute
- 1080p HD at 240fps (most frames, default): 480MB per minute
Choose any option you like and start shooting video in 4k resolution.
And remember the video will take more space if the resolution and frame rate are higher.