In July of last year, we profiled the film Tangerine, which was shot entirely on an iPhone 5s. While shooting a feature film on an iPhone entailed plenty of compromises and workarounds, the end results were nonetheless impressive.
So Parker Walbeck’s comparison of the iPhone 7 Plus’s footage against a Red Weapon isn’t entirely contrived. And the results of this admittedly limited test show that, outdoors at least, the iPhone 7 Plus can bring the goods.
See for yourself:
via: 4K Shooters
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