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Yes, if you record a video in 4K, then downsize to 1080p, the image will look much clearer than if you shot the video on a 1080p camera. You can also zoom in up to 200% and still retain the quality … pixel gets its own color value and luminosity value, but the size of the clips produced are 50% more. This is more expensive, and data-hogging. But now in 4k video, every 1080p pixel now gets 4 …
answered May 16 '15 by Shane Smiskol