Focusing on highlighting the exceptional performance of its cellphone camera array, Apple launched Cinematic mode so that users of the most powerful versions can record videos with a shallow depth of field and features capable of creating an experience close to cinema.
This feature is not available on all iPhones even in versions updated to iOS 16, and only the following devices have this mode available for use on cameras: iPhone 14 Pro Max , iPhone 14 Pro , iPhone 14 , iPhone 14 Plus , iPhone 13 Pro Max , iPhone 13 Pro , iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini .
In a video recently released on his YouTube channel, content creator Joey Helms recorded a tour of the city of Chicago, in the United States, using the Cinematic mode of his iPhone 14 Pro with editing using the ProRes file format, an extension that does not compresses the capture ensuring high quality during editing.
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This model comes equipped with three rear cameras, the main sensor being 48 MP with f/1.8 aperture, followed by a 12 MP ultrawide lens (f/2.2 and 120º angle) and, finally, a 12 MP telephoto lens with OIS. . The production result is only 2 minutes and 15 seconds long and can be watched below.
Watch the video:
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Datasheet
- 71.5 x 147.5 x 7.85 mm
- 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR OLED display with 1,179 x 2,556 pixel resolution
- Display with notch, up to 120 Hz adaptive refresh rate and Dynamic Island
- Apple A16 Bionic
- 6 GB of RAM
- 128GB, 256GB, 512GB or 1TB of internal storage
- 12 MP front camera
Three rear cameras
Main lens with 48 MP sensor
Ultrawide lens with 12 MP sensor
Telephoto lens with 12 MP sensor and 3x optical zoom
5G, Bluetooth 5.3, Satellite connection and Lightning port
3,200mAh battery with 30W fast charging
Dimensions: 147.5 x 71.5 x 7.85 mm
Weight: 206 grams