If you are the lucky owner of a brand new Samsung GALAXY Note II then you need to check out our Video Features Walkthrough and Tips video below, which gives you an overview of how to capture those special moments and watch all of your favourite high definition videos.
The beautiful 5.5-inch HD Super AMOLED touch screen on the Samsung GALAXY Note II is perfect for capturing all of your special moments on video and watching all of your favourite HD videos.
You get stunning full high definition recording capabilities, giving you a crystal clear resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. Sound recording is fantastic and, as you can see from the above video, the Anti-Shake mode ensures that there is no blur whatsoever when recording moving objects.
If you want to take a still image whilst recording video, there’s no need to stop recording and switch modes. Thanks to the Note II’s fast quad-core processor you can do both at the same time. There’s a handy camera button on-screen in video mode that allows you to easily capture photos simultaneously, without disturbing what you’re filming. You can also pause and resume video recording in the same clip. But be warned, if you have the Anti-Shake function enabled you won’t be able to use the recording snapshot at the same time.
You’ll be able to tweak the recording quality to ensure your videos come out in the highest possible quality. You can change colour saturation and add extra quirky effects like Cartoon Filter or the Colour Pop mode that can pick up on specific shades, leaving out all the others.
Something that you won’t find on other smartphones are the slow and fast shooting modes. By capturing more or fewer frames per second, you can create something really beautiful in a matter of seconds – which is perfect for use at a sports event or simply during a leisurely stroll in the Park.
And thanks to the Air View feature you can now quickly scan through a single video’s content from start to finish without the need to interrupt your viewing experience. Just hover your S Pen over the timeline and the preview bubble appears, letting you get straight to the point of the video you need to be at in seconds.