Naija Tech News (NTN) on 26, and in content, Apple shares “Dark Universe” experimental video: showcasing the iPhone 12 Pro’s super low-light shooting capabilities, apple, Dark Universe, IPhone 12 pro .
Apple released a new video showing the low-light and Dolby Vision shooting capabilities of the iPhone 12 Pro. This video titled “Experiment 5: Dark Universe” will lead the audience to the full A visual journey of light perception.
As the fifth work in the “experimental” series of videos, “Dark Universe” mainly introduces Apple’s changes to the camera system in the iPhone 12 Pro. This short video of 1 minute and 51 seconds was shot by Donghoon Jun and James Thornton of Incite, and created this abstract film using the iPhone’s ability to shoot in extremely dark environments and to record HDR video.
“We want to push the iPhone 12 Pro’s Dolby Vision and low-light recording capabilities to the limit.” There is a sentence written next to the video.
The video was shot vertically rather than horizontally. From close-up shots of plasma balls and pipes to flashes in motion, movement of soil-like substances, iron fluid, ink feathers in water, silk in motion, the overall concept looks like It is an alien event.
The entire video uses a black background and colored subjects, but not all subjects are brightly colored. Some elements are also dark, relying on the camera’s ability to pick up finer details and darker tones.
Naijatechnews.com learned that, like other videos in this series, Apple also provided a behind-the-scenes video showing how Incite shot some scenes. Although the team relied on traditional shooting techniques for some shooting, some unusual instruments were needed in some cases.
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