Google Pixel 4K video stabilization test

We took the Google Pixel XL for a stroll to test its video stabilization in 4K.

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Author: Rafael

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43 thoughts on “Google Pixel 4K video stabilization test

  1. All you needed was a rocket launcher! It's a little too smooth when turning, I guess that means they'll give us more memory next time!

  2. Hey guys, I just got a google pixel ( regular, not XL) and uploaded videos on my channel but they are only 1080p. The settings are set to 4k…Any ideas why this might be happening?

  3. I think we're discovering that Electronic Image Stablisation really is the way to go for smartphones given the limited space within them. Just look take a look at the Xperia XZ.

  4. What I can tell from your video is that the EIS of this phone is phenomenal. I have used the iPhones, Sony Z5, X and they all have excellent image stabilization but the system on this Google phone is a clear step above. However, the shimmering or pulsating of the subjects with finer details in the image plus the abrupt and fickle changes in the exposure seem to ruin the otherwise great footage. Not sure if Google could correct these problems.

  5. am I the only one who thinks that video is more on the robotic movement side as if the area that it's capturing seems more like a clip from the game not seems original to me though I know it is

  6. When it slips out your hand and cracks, which it will, and the battery is shit after a year which it will be, don't blame me. $900 of trash.

  7. Is it just me, or does it look like a console-based FPS being played in the real world? Stable with headbob, then almost control-stick like tilt/pan, then back to stable. Does anyone else feel that way?

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