As the flagship smartphone models increase, so does the camera quality. One of these phones is the iPhone 11 Pro . Apple’s latest flagship has previously been compared to high-quality DSLR cameras. CNET has now combined the iPhone 11 Pro’s camera with professional video cameras.
CNET challenged its sister brand Carfection and shot a video using Apple’s latest smartphone. Accepting this challenge, Carfection went to New Forest National Park in England to shoot a video of the Ford Mustang Bullit. The video was filmed entirely using the iPhone, but for some scenes third-party lenses and fixing gimballs from Moment were used.
In order to make the comparison fit, Carfection usually uses DSLRs like the Panasonic GH5 or larger cameras like the Sony FS7.
Charlie Rose, the producer of Carfection, said the video quality was a bit complicated. Rose said the images look great in situations where the light is beautiful, but in other cases it is clear that the images were taken with the iPhone .
Rose explains the difference: harika The dynamic range is great considering it is a phone camera. However, as we begin to approach some details, the snow in the images becomes more noticeable. And you can’t get the same depth of field, you need larger sensors. ”
Rose praised the editing application Filmic Pro on iOS and said: “It’s usually pretty impressive. It’s great to set the ISO, white balance, shutter speed, manual focus on the iPhone. I wouldn’t expect to be able to do this kind of thing over a phone. ”
Overall, the experience is great, says Rose, and the versatility of using three iPhone 11 Pro, Rose said. Rose asked the question whether he would use the iPhone in regular shots, “I do not see such a possibility in regular shots,” he said.