Apple iPhone 13 Pro has received some amazing upgrades. We take a look at how filmmakers can benefit from these updates.
The inclusion of ProRes and Cinematic Mode has elevated the smartphone to a fairly usable production tool. But let’s talk about the elephant in the room first.
No, you shouldn’t replace all of your cameras with an iPhone. Sure, it’s a pretty amazing tool when it comes to creative work, but there are still limitations when you compare the Apple smartphone to a dedicated camera.
However, the leaps and bounds in technology have made the iPhone a unique piece of kit for filmmakers at all budget levels. It’s widely available and now comes with ProRes, a professional-level codec only found in cameras specifically made for video and cinema work.
But how does the iPhone 13 Pro Max stack up against professional cameras, and why are filmmakers like Steven Soderbergh using smartphones for their projects?
Author: Yaroslav Altunin
This article comes from No Film School and can be read on the original site.