Since the presentation of the iPhone 13 Pro, lovers of successful shots have had a great time when it comes to betting on the telephoto lens of their new mobile. We have already had the opportunity to discover very beautiful works captured up close, as evidenced by this collection. Today, it is this time videos that caught our attention. In particular that of a certain Jason O.
Available entirely at this address (on the official Apple Instagram account), we recognize a caterpillar, which then transforms into a chrysalis before taking flight as a butterfly. Moments of life that would obviously not have been possible to immortalize other than with a macro sensor. If you do not want to access Facebook’s social network for the sake of confidentiality, do not hesitate to consult this second capture:
A very faithful and noise-free result
In the second video of the day, we first see the nose of a dog whose realism is particularly striking at such a distance. The camera then lands on a quad-shaped toy that, although no larger than a hand, looks like it has come straight out of a dirt road. Water drops ready to fall, a spider, tree leaves or even the male plug of a USB cable also stand out very well even in 4K.
Do not hesitate to also consult this video, still on YouTube:
Shoot videos with iPhone 13 Pro
The iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max both have an equivalent rear camera. This consists of three twelve-megapixel sensors:
- the telephoto lens with ƒ / 2.8 aperture
- the wide-angle with ƒ / 1.5 aperture
- ultra wide-angle with ƒ / 1.8 aperture
To intelligently blur the background of your achievements, the duo also comes with the recent Cinematic mode. Recording is possible up to 4K with Apple’s new ProRes format. It is also possible to shoot in slow motion, up to 240 frames per second. The zoom, meanwhile, reaches 9x in digital against only 2x in optics. Finally, it is interesting to note that stabilization is also part of the game to avoid blurring in the event of movement.
The iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max