Unless you have been living in a rock for the better part of the month, then you should be well aware that Apple has officially unleashed its latest smartphone, the iPhone 4S. And if you are indeed keeping tabs on all things regarding the iPhone 4S, then you know that one of most prominent improvement lies with the phone's upgraded camera. Boasting an 8 megapixel sensor and the ability to shoot 1080p resolution videos, folks who enjoy snapping photos and recording videos are in for a treat. After officially going on sale last week, a music video recorded solely through the iPhone 4S hits the internet.
The said music video was recorded by a band named The Turnback for their newest single, Cellophane Sky. Instead of using high-end studio cameras, the band recorded the whole music video using two iPhone 4S units. The video was shot in 1080p resolution which the iPhone 4S is perfectly capable of. Check out the video below:
The video showcases the iPhone 4S's new and improved camera. The video was shot at the NYC nightclub Webster Hall and it was edited on Final Cut Pro post production. Sure it might not look as good as other music videos that are shot using studio cameras, we think that it looks quite good with a dreamy feel to it and the fact that it was shot using only a smartphone that people pretty much carries everyday on their pockets makes it even more impressive.
The iPhone 4S went on sale just last week and as expected selling like crazy as Apple managed to sell 4 million units only 3 days after it was launched, we can expect more videos like this popping out everywhere. As the years go by, cameras found in smartphones become more and more advanced in terms of specifications. As people carry smartphones that have cameras that are just as good as a dedicated point and shoot camera, we think that it is only a matter of time before the practice of carrying the latter becomes obsolete. [via RazorianFly]Contact Us for News Tips, Corrections and Feedback