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Recording 4K Video

The term 4K refers to the size (in pixels) of the video image that a camera can record or that a television or monitor screen can display.

What does "4K" mean?

A "4K" video or image is approximately 4000 pixels wide. This gives a resolution about four times as high as a standard high-definition television. This translates to a far clearer picture with greater resolution, allowing you to capture fine details. 4K is also called UHD (Ultra High Definition).

Which Samsung Cameras can Record 4K Video?

Samsung has two models capable of recording 4K video, the NX1 and the NX500.

For more information on these cameras, click on the links below:

How do I Record 4K Video?

For instructions how to record 4K video with these cameras, click on the links below:

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