The network has received a three-minute video showing the multimedia capabilities of the iPhone X. Looking at the fact that each shot of the movie was recorded with the said smartphone, then … I am shocked. The quality of the material is really striking.
Made in Paris – this is the project created by AmnestiArt in collaboration with Elise Lepinteur. The whole of the material revolves around the subject of food and is interwoven with the shots and landscapes of the running city. What is amazing is that all the material was shot using only the latest Apple flagship, the iPhone X. Before you look and start complaining: yes, shots were not taken (mostly) from the hand And the creators used one extra macro lens on a smartphone. The whole was also post-production. At the bottom of the post you will find some photos showing the process of making a video. What made me most interested in Made in Paris is not just the color rendering and the very good reaction of the iPhone X to the light . More precisely, however, is the stabilization of the image , which is seen in several scenes. Everything is fluid, does not shake, and the smartphone does not lose focus when recording. Five with a plus. I'm happy because I compare this material directly to the one that was released on the occasion of the release of LG V30, one of the cameramen of the series The Game of Thrones. Compare these two materials and rate yourself which smartphone is better. https://www.gsmmaniak.pl/754854/lg-v30-gra-o-tron-kamera/ In addition to, for me, the average reliable rating from DxOMark so we have another confirmation that Apple can do a lot in the context of mobile photography. and video recording. I am really surprised by the quality of this material. It's also good news because all of these options can be used on a daily basis if you have an iPhone X. I make a lot of photos and videos myself, so I really envy those who can carry it in my pocket. As promised, a portion of photos: