Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra camera is not as good as S21/S21+

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra released in Samsung event, in terms of slow-motion video recording, the device seems to be inferior to the cheaper Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+, because it cannot record 960fps video natively.

Although all three Galaxy S21 series smartphones can record slow-motion video at 960fps, the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+ can record natively, while the Galaxy S21 Ultra “digitally enhances” 480fps video to 960fps slow-motion video.

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That is, repeated frames are used. Therefore, 960fps slow-motion video recorded with Galaxy S21 Ultra will not be as good as the video recorded with Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+.

Samsung has clarified that the shortcomings of the Galaxy S21 Ultra are due to the larger ISOCELL HM3 108MP camera sensor, which has a slower shutter speed than the 12-megapixel sensor used in the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+. Samsung took the same route on the Galaxy S20 Ultra last year, enhancing 480fps video to 960fps.

It is not clear whether many people will use the super slow-motion video recording function on their smartphones, but if you use the function frequently, you should understand these differences when purchasing.

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