We are ecstatic to announce we are beginning to shoot video in 4K!
This is a huge step for pixo2.com and we are happy to bring this technology to customers & be one of the first in Las Vegas to offer this service at unbelievable bargain price
What is 4k?
4K Ultra HD is a new class of high-definition resolution offering unprecedented picture clarity and detail. Although the technology was already in use in film production and movie theaters, it is just now coming home to the television, offering nearly 4,000 (or “4K”) pixels across the screen’s horizontal.
Before 4K Ultra HD arrived, the highest-definition resolution on the TV market was Full HD 1080p, which consisted of 1920 x 1080 pixels, thus giving it its “1080p” name. 4K Ultra HD has four times the number of pixels as Full HD (3840 x 2160 pixels, or 4096 x 2160 pixels for cinema screens), resulting in its “4K Ultra HD” title. The increased resolution made possible by 4K Ultra HD’s 8.3 million pixels (vs. Full HD’s 2.2 million) enhances picture quality by reducing gaps between pixels (called the “screen door” effect) and visible pixels (called “jaggies”). This sharpens detail and shows smoother lines so that even up-close images seem clearer, more realistic, and less pixilated.
Besides enhancing your viewing experience, higher resolution 4K Ultra HD TVs also allow you to sit closer to a screen and/or view a larger screen without seeing pixilation of scenes. That’s why it’s possible for manufacturers to make larger TVs with screen sizes of 80 inches and above while still providing excellent picture quality. By enabling superior picture quality on large screens and enhanced picture quality even up close, 4K Ultra HD technology gives you more freedom in your home to sit wherever you like and watch on a larger screen without compromising clarity. All in all, the enhanced resolution in 4K Ultra HD products helps deliver a more detailed, immersive, and realistic entertainment experience.
WEDDINGS FILMED IN 4K Ultra HD!
If you have hired a videographer to shoot your wedding in 1080p your investment will soon be outdated.
Once you go 4K you will never want to go back. Trust me, the quality is absolutely stunning and incredible especially when viewed on a 4k Tv. It's like going from Nintendo to PS4
4k is quickly becoming mainstream, so if you invest your money for a videographer still shooting in 1080p, then you have just paid for something that will soon be outdated. All of our wedding are now filmed in 4k!
The best thing about 4k is the 4k video stills look just as good as a photo AND you can print them!
Unlike 1080p video if you try to print the video still, it would come out not looking so good. Not with 4K!
Several couples have already said goodbye to their traditional photographer and instead opting for our additional 4K video still package, which will save you a lot of money. I am not saying this replaces a photographer, but for those who still want photo and video and the budget is a little tight, this is the perfect alternative!
Packages start as low as $500