The iPhone X shoots entire cinematic video and gets pitted against pro 4K camera

Not for nothing, but the iPhone X is the first iPhone that has optical image stabilization for both of its camera sensors, and is also capable of 4K video recording with the smooth 60 frames per second. The other main reason for the amazing, cinematic quality footage it can produce is the A11 Bionic and dedicated image processing power to crunch all those frames without a hitch.

In the end, shooting with the iPhone X will get you some of the most detailed, smooth and sharp videos you can make this side of specialized movie-making equipment that costs …


Condé Nast use iPhone 7 Plus for magazine cover shoots. Why not Galaxy S8+?

Imagine being hired for a fancy photo-shoot for a magazine cover, let’s say. That would be cool! Imagine turning up at the shooting location, models waiting for you, lights on and all, and you pull out your iPhone and go “Ok, everyone, let’s do this!”.

That’s what photographers for Condé Nast experienced at the photo-shoots of the May covers for ‘Traveler’ and ‘Bon Appétit’ magazines. The covers look absolutely stunning! The photo-shoot was done by a husband and wife couple, known as Peden + Munk, and inspired by the link between photography and travel. The idea being that travelling with …

Sony Motion Eye camera explained, or how the Xperia XZ Premium shoots epic slow-motion videos

Remember the bullet time special effects introduced by the Matrix movie? Remember the action scenes of Neo caught in a mid-air battle against the evil, all-powerful agent Smith? Man, those were epic! Such stunts required some serious gear to pull off, and even though it has been two decades since then, I doubt that a modern smartphone would be enough to reproduce them. But perhaps there’s a couple of phones that could get close.
At this year’s Mobile World Congress, Sony introduced the Xperia XZ Premium and Xperia XZs, both of which feature …