With the iPhone 13 Pro, Apple offers us three rear photo sensors capable of shooting in 4K at twenty-four, twenty-five, thirty or sixty images per second. Cinematic mode is also part of the game, allowing you to intelligently blur the background by focusing on an element in the front, equivalent to the “Portrait mode” already seen on the pictures.
The manufacturer has also integrated optical stabilization by moving the sensor for the wide-angle, ideal for sports scenes for example. So many characteristics that the Versaillais Michel Gondry, already seen behind the camera ofEternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, a film that won a Cinema Oscar for its original screenplay at the 2015 ceremony.
A Dozen Eggs
In his new short film A Dozen Eggs Recorded with the iPhone 13 Pro, Gondry tells the surprising story of a few eggs which, left from their box in the kitchen, end up in the office, in the heart of a Renaissance living room or even traveling in space. A setting that is also reminiscent of that of another Shot on iPhone, this time due to the Incite studio in Los Angeles.
Slow motion is also in the spotlight, as are the macro capabilities of the iPhone 13 Pro to see water droplets from very close. The smartphone is indeed equipped with a real telephoto lens, which can immortalize even the smallest animals. With an aperture ƒ / 2.8, it is entitled to a native definition of twelve megapixels. But be careful, because neither the iPhone 13 nor the iPhone 13 mini embeds this sensor.
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