The launch of the new iPhones occur on Friday (20), but there are those who are already with them in hand to confer the potential of gadgets, especially with respect to cameras.
As we know, the iPhones 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max They feature a triple-camera system, which introduces a new ultra-angle lens to existing ones (one wide-angle and one telephoto) in the previous generation. This, of course, means that the photos and videos captured with the new handsets are not only of a higher quality, but also offer new possibilities.
However, we only know how good the camera of these handsets is! That way the filmmaker Andy To went to Tokyo (Japan) to test the camera of the new iPhones. You can check the result on the video above, which many would doubt was recorded with a smartphone.
I went to Tokyo with the new iPhone 11 Pro to test it. The purpose of this video is to present a visual story that shows my journey to Japan. The story begins in Tokyo, a progressively futuristic city that has a beautiful backdrop to the style of editing I love to do.
The video was recorded directly by the (native) Camera app without the aid of external lenses, and edited with Final Cut Pro X on macOS. As we can see, To has brought the versatility of the iPhone 11 Pro camera through a variety of environments, shifting from bright and colorful scenery to dimly lit places.
The CEO of Apple, Tim cook, praised the result:
The 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max iPhones have some important differences compared to the XS and XS Max. With camera, both generations are capable of recording 4K video at 60fps, but in the new models there is support for extended dynamic range, improving color. and the contrast of the footage.
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