iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus doesn’t come with any inbuilt option to record videos in 4K resolution. However, you can do the same by installing third party apps on your iOS device including iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Follow this article to know how to record 4K videos on iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus with UltraKam 4K.
Since the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus doesn’t come with any inbuilt 4K video recording option, you can use third party apps like UltraKam 4K. UltraKam 4K is the updated version of Ultrakam app launched for original iPhone 5S, which was capable of recording 2K videos. Now the latest version of UltraKam 4K allows iPhone 6 and 6 plus users to record 4K videos on their device.
With UltraKam 4K you can record 3264 x 2448 pixel resolution 4K videos at 20, 24, 25 or 30 fps (frames per second). Do note that recording 4K videos on your device will consume lots of free storage on your device. The recorded videos will be saved in M-JPEG or H.264 formats supported by almost every major video player. This app also allows you to adjust the quality of your video through a slider.
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UltraKam 4K also comes with remote control companion app, which allows the users to stream the live camera feed to another iPhone or iPad device through Bluetooth or WiFi connection. You can also adjust focus and exposure settings remotely from the companion app.
Features of UltraKam 4K:
- Full Manual Mode Exposure, Focus and White Balance
- Upload 4K videos directly to YouTube
- 4K Resolution video recording
- Record videos at 20, 24, 25 and 30 FPS
- Slow motion support
- Enable Airplay Mirroring and stream and the camera’s live feed over the air
- MPEG and H.264 iFrame support
- Ability to capture film resolution in WEB compression
- RAW format capture with up to 3GB/m
You can download UltraKam 4K from iTunes Apps store using below link for $9.99. The UltraKam 4K app has simple to use interface, so that you can download, install and start shooting videos in 4K.