iPhone 13: A Filmmaker's Review

Testing the video cameras on the iPhone 13 and 13 Pro
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25 thoughts on “iPhone 13: A Filmmaker's Review”

  1. I am afraid that if I upgrade my Android to an iPhone 13 my “serious” video cam, the LUMIX S1 will see a lot less use. May even be consigned to the closet permanently. On the other hand the iPhone could make a serious B cam.

  2. When you are blogging on an iPhone I guess you can’t monitor yourself unless you use the crappy rear-facing camera. So I’m wondering how you shot the selfie parts of this video. Did you just guess the framing?

  3. Cinematic mode still looks like complete ass… Never mind! I bet it's still going to take quite a few years for that to look somewhat useable. Even on a phone it's just blatantly obvious, especially on moving subjects.

    I did like the idea of adjusting depth of field and focus after the fact though, that's cool!

  4. THANK YOU for addressing the ghosting/flares issues. Every Android phone I've used doesn't have the flare issue and it boggles my mind that apple still hasn't fixed this

  5. Just found this video & it was great. Wanting to shoot more community spot lights of local businesses & want to keep cost low so using my iphone would help alot. Just wondering did you also make the video about professional workflow on the iphone 13?

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