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By XDA_RealLifeReview, RealLifeReview Dude on 16th June 2016, 07:39 PM | Average Rating:
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Your friends are never going to believe what you did. The only way to prove it to them is with that video you took. Rate this thread to express how videos shot on the OnePlus 3 come out. A higher rating indicates that videos are smooth (and not choppy) and that auto-focus works very well, and that the camera adjusts quickly to different lighting conditions while recording.

Then, drop a comment if you have anything to add!
20th June 2016, 02:30 PM |#2  
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Video quality is okay, nothing great. The stabilization could be better. I also don't like that there is no 1080p/60 option.
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20th June 2016, 05:19 PM |#3  
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Video quality is okay, nothing great. The stabilization could be better. I also don't like that there is no 1080p/60 option.

You got any sample? And i think none of the latest flagships support 1080p60fps, dont know why
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22nd June 2016, 08:06 AM |#4  
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Techradar said you can record 1080p 60fps with other camera app, like open camera.

Anyone can test it?

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22nd June 2016, 08:46 AM |#5  
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Techradar said you can record 1080p 60fps with other camera app, like open camera.

Anyone can test it?

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I gave open camera a shot and set it to 60fps, it doesn't actually do it, sadly enough. I've tried it both at the default bitrate (~20) and forced it to 5 mbit, both on the old api and the new camera2 api, nothing.

I'm not entirely certain what OP's reasoning behind no 60fps recording is anyway, I hope they'll add it in an update since AFAIK there's no hardware limitations which wouldn't allow it.
22nd June 2016, 10:09 AM |#6  
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I gave open camera a shot and set it to 60fps, it doesn't actually do it, sadly enough. I've tried it both at the default bitrate (~20) and forced it to 5 mbit, both on the old api and the new camera2 api, nothing.

I'm not entirely certain what OP's reasoning behind no 60fps recording is anyway, I hope they'll add it in an update since AFAIK there's no hardware limitations which wouldn't allow it.

Htc 10, lg g5, htc 10, nexus 6p, xiaomi mi 5, none of these offer 60fps. Actually i think of all recent flagships only s7 is capable, i dont know reasons behind this decision of oems
22nd June 2016, 10:55 AM |#7  
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I have an old hardware Zuk Z1 (snapdragon 801, same hardware as oneplus one) and it CAN record great quality 1080p 60fps.

With my Zuk I have low cost phone with great battery, very good responsive, customizable software, and a video resolution I CAN'T GET WITH NEW 2016 FLAGSHIPS.

incomprehensible.

Specially because that is the only reason I don't renew my phone.


But I would be happy to buy oneplus 3 of they add full HD 60fps non slowmotion video recording.

Hope they add it.
22nd June 2016, 10:55 AM |#8  
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Anyone can test Video Recording in a really Loud environment?
Like for example a Rave or Concert?
Since the OPO, OP2 and the OPX all had serious issues with audio clipping on such occasions im very curious if OnePlus finally fixed this issue in theyre newest phone
22nd June 2016, 10:56 AM |#9  
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Anyone can test Video Recording in a really Loud environment?
Like for example a Rave or Concert?
Since the OPO, OP2 and the OPX all had serious issues with audio clipping on such occasions im very curious if OnePlus finally fixed this issue in theyre newest phone

Interested too
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22nd June 2016, 11:41 AM |#10  
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Originally Posted by Psych0_D0g

Anyone can test Video Recording in a really Loud environment?
Like for example a Rave or Concert?
Since the OPO, OP2 and the OPX all had serious issues with audio clipping on such occasions im very curious if OnePlus finally fixed this issue in theyre newest phone

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Interested too

I'll be at the AirbeatOne festival soon , and record some videos, will report back then
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25th June 2016, 09:42 PM |#11  
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I can record 1080p60 on blisspop

Demo: https://www.dropbox.com/s/gcn2lg9kni...32718.mp4?dl=0
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