MICHAELSD

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Just gonna leave this here.

Now, if only I could get better video indoors at night with my 6s but the ISO has to get too low to be usable.

Quite frankly the video camera now that pros have gotten their hands on it has been convincing me to go for the Plus with its OIS despite the more comfortable feel of the 6s.
 
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nickchallis92

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Why did it take 2 years to come up with this comparison? 4K phones have been out for years.

Lots of reviews state that the 4K footage from the S6 range is better than the 4k video shot from the 6S range too.
 
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CE3

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Lots of reviews state that the 4K footage from the S6 range is better than the 4k video shot from the 6S range too.

Yeah, video from the S6 is good until you move the camera and the OIS makes everything look weird.
 
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roeiz

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they should've made a test with at least one more 4K competitor scaled down,
just to see any differences.
 
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321estrellas

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Unless you want telephoto, shallow depth of field, or low light video...

As the saying goes, the right tool for the right job :)
 
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dojoman

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Why did it take 2 years to come up with this comparison? 4K phones have been out for years.

Lots of reviews state that the 4K footage from the S6 range is better than the 4k video shot from the 6S range too.

The guy in the video is probably not Android user. Can you blame him for not wanting Samsung phone? Who cares if S6 is better.
 
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