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Mark Peters : November 2nd 2015 - 10:10 CET

First smartphone to offer manual mode for video


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LGLG V10 records 4K video : As the LG G4 did with photography, the LG V10 Android phone offers users the ultimate in video capturing, editing and sharing. This smartphone can be used for extreme photography. The V10 is the first smartphone to offer manual mode for video. First introduced for still photographs on the LG G4, the imaging technology has been enhanced to handle video recordings as well. With Manual Video Mode, budding directors can easily create professional-quality videos by adjusting options such as shutter speed, frame rate, ISO, white balance and focus while recording. Videos can be recorded with the LG V10 smartphone in three resolutions - HD, FHD or UHD - and two aspect ratios - 16:9 standard or 21:9 cinematic.
LG V10 smartphone

LG V10 features
The V10 carries on LG’s tradition of providing alternative storage options with a microSD memory card slot. Compatible with cards of up to 2TB, V10 owners can shoot as much 4K video as they want. Adjust the sensitivity of the three microphones during video recording and directly monitor and control audio input, including directional recording capability to highlight sound from one particular location. And with the 3,000mAh removable battery, you can always be ready with a second or third replacement battery to pop in if you ever run low on power while shooting. And with Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 technology built-in, it only takes 40 minutes to get a 50% charge. Along with the popular Knock Code, the LG V10 features a new fingerprint sensor to unlock the smartphone and turn on the display simultaneously. The sensor also works with Android Pay in the United States to make purchases as quick and easy as possible.

4K video smartphone

4K Video smartphone
In addition to its impressive professional-level video and audio capabilities, the LG V10 offers these additional features that video content look and sound their best: Steady Record: utilizes electronic image stabilization (EIS) optimized for recording video to neutralize shake, helping to capture sharper video footage when in motion. Snap Video: create one video by combining many shorter videos. 15 Sec. Auto Edit: create a short video highlight clip by automatically eliminating blurred frames and static scenes. Quick Video Editor: easily trim or change the frame rate and add after-effects, such as colors and background music. Quick Share: when finished recording, a pop-up appears on the display showing options of popular social networks to make video sharing even easier and faster. Wind Noise Filter: eliminate external wind noise for high-quality sound when shooting video outdoors.

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