1. iEd's Avatar
    Here's a good camera comparison of the 6 and 6 Plus on the difference of the video stabilization.

    01-24-2015 02:06 PM
  2. Andrew Schlukbier's Avatar
    She as credible, if not more so, than any of the iMore people. Questioning her intent in stating the truth is comical. The Note 4 uses OIS for stabilization. The iPhone 6 Plus does not. Apple uses a proprietary digital stabilization algorithm for that, which works quite well. Sony has their own digital stabilization which rivals any OIS systems (and Apples, they call it SteadyShot or something), so it's not really a bad thing if your software is good enough, which Apple's clearly is. Why go to shakier OIS stabilization when your algorithms deliver better stabilized video?

    Different means to the same result. OIS uses less power because the device doesn't have to either crop the image or use extra pixels around the frame to stabilize it. OIS systems don't have to process the stabilization. It just shoots and the camera sensor does its work.

    6 Plus doesn't use OIS for video. It isn't even something people should be arguing over because everyone except apparently the people here have known about this since the day it was announced. The OIS is used for photography only (which benefits to Low Light and HDR especially).

    The big advantage the Note 4 has is that it can do 4K recording, which you can then load into an editing package and get rock solid stabilization at picture qualities impossible to achieve from footage out of any iPhone when you downscale it to 1080p. You can do this with a Note 3 or S5 as well (they use no stabilization for 4K, but that's what Premier Elements/Pro or Final Cut is for ). That's the only reason why I've ever cared about 4K on a phone, Lol.

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    Don't be lazy and not do your research, people will believe anything they read and you are not helping. iPhone 6+ has hardware level image stabilization, the 6 does not!
    Closingracer likes this.
    05-28-2015 01:33 PM
  3. finn5975's Avatar
    05-28-2015 02:52 PM
  4. AngrySK's Avatar
    I feel like I'm back on the android central app with this one!

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    05-28-2015 03:06 PM
  5. n8ter#AC's Avatar
    Don't be lazy and not do your research, people will believe anything they read and you are not helping. iPhone 6+ has hardware level image stabilization, the 6 does not!
    When did I say anything contrary to that.

    Don't be lazy, READ.


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    05-28-2015 03:18 PM
  6. Closingracer's Avatar
    Is it true that OIS is only being used in dark photos and not in video? Been reading this lately but couldn't find info on it. A just recently released video of a very reliable tech YouTuber said the same thing and I've been wondering why the news hasn't spread. Here is the link

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    Reliable? She ain't reliable lol


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    05-28-2015 08:37 PM
  7. SeanHRCC's Avatar
    I think she should stop making these blog videos and focus on refraining from plucking her eyebrows so far over...eventually there won't be anything there!
    05-29-2015 11:27 AM
  8. finn5975's Avatar
    I think she should stop making these blog videos and focus on refraining from plucking her eyebrows so far over...eventually there won't be anything there!
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    05-29-2015 01:39 PM
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