Video recording - The Galaxy S10+ is a highly-capable video camera that offers 2160p video at 60fps and 30fps, with the H.264 codec, the 4K@60fps videos are captured at 72Mbps bitrate, the 4K@30fps captured at 48Mbps, AND H.265 mode is also available, bringing those bitrate numbers down. - There is electronic stabilization available in all modes except 2160p/60fps. - The regular stabilization is already very good and it has you covered when more detailed footage (or, you know, autofocus) is required. It smooths out shake nicely and we didn't observe any jello effect or issues when panning. - Otherwise video quality is very good. 4K footage from the main cam is detailed and contrasty, with spot-on color reproduction. There's virtually no difference between 30fps and 60fps clips in terms of detail, which is quite a feat. At least this phone records the 4k/60p at a higher bitrate than the 4k/30p does, which means that 4k/60p should look as good as, or even nicer and clearer than the 4k/30p does, unlike the LG G8 that i got samples from, that phone records both 30p and 60p at the same bitrate, making the 30p mode look much better, and the 60p mode had no stabilization either. Sadly, there is no Auto Focus in any of the 4k modes, only in 1080p or lower, which is sad, but most likely the same for all mobile phones up until now, so i need to get over this barrier, and not use the phone if shooting on the run or doing any kind of panning, so it looks like i will be getting my new GoPro 9 Hero for travel videos afterall.