After the announcement of the iPhone 11 Pro, the filmmaker Andy To embarked on a trip to Tokyo to test the triple camera system of the new smartphone from Apple.
The result is a video in 4K Wonderful, with spectacular views of the city from a very interesting perspective.
When describing his video, the filmmaker defined it as a visual story of his trip to Japan.
“I went to Tokyo with the new iPhone 11 Pro to test it. The goal of the video is to offer a visual story showing my trip to Japan. ”
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The first 4K video of the iPhone 11 Pro
The history of the video begins in Tokyo, a futuristic city in constant progress that is ideal for the video editing style of filmmaker Andy To.
The video starts showing a series of people walking through the city with the iPhone 11 Pro camera positioned from behind. We also see the odd time-lapse and images to slow motion. It should be noted that the video has been fully filmed with an iPhone 11 Pro, without the help of additional lenses. Of course, in its final phase it has been edited with Final Cut Pro X in macOS.
Andy To shows us the great versatility of the iPhone 11 Pro camera thanks to the vision of all kinds of different scenes and environments, which vary from very colorful and light-filled images to scenes with low lighting conditions, a perfect way to highlight the new Night Mode of the phone.
The iPhone 11 Pro is capable of recording video at 4K and at 60 fps, like the iPhone XS. But now it also offers support for a more extended dynamic range, as well as improvements in contrast and color.
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