Rather than capturing video, VZ4K captures full 4K resolution photos at the rate of 24 photos per second along with synched audio. It then allows you to edit, add 4K transitions, titles, scrolling credits and background music and upload straight to YouTube in full 4K.
So what's the catch? First, it requires an iPhone 5s with 32GB or 64GB storage capacity. Second, it requires iOS 7, which on September 17th will become an outdated OS. Third, and perhaps most prohibiting, the app costs a whopping $999.99.
The issue with iOS 8 appears to be the operating system's ability to take burst mode photos. The developer says the new OS is only capable of shooting 10 images per second. Hopefully, that will change in a future software update.
Since Vizzywig 4K captures frames using the full 8 MP sensor of the iPhone 5s, it captures at a rate of 72 MB/sec. If you are interested in this app, make sure you have plenty of space free.
You can purchase Vizzywig 4K from the App Store for $999.99.
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