Home Tech Gadgets & Gizmos Guess What Device Was Used to Shoot This Film in 4K

Guess What Device Was Used to Shoot This Film in 4K

Amazing footage, shot and edited and uploaded in near 4K on iPhone 5s.

Michael Zaletel recently released an App that will let you shoot and edit near 4K Video on an iPhone 5S, for $50. The App, called Vizzywig 8xHD is available on the App store.

Incredibly the app allows that:

Your iPhone 5s can capture frames at 3264 x 2448 pixels per frame.

But not only that, as Michael said: “The reality is the world’s fastest full 4K workflow. Pull a small phone out of your pocket, shoot four or five true 4K clips, trim, rearrange, add transitions, lower thirds, titles and credits in 4K and export and upload to YouTube or Vimeo in 4K in 15 minutes.

Ideally you need a $160 Moondog Labs 1.33X Anamorphic adapter lens that enables wide format imaging, preserving the full resolution of your iPhone camera while creating 1:2.4 aspect ratio video and panoramic 16:9 still images.

Wow! For $200 (provided you have a suitable iPhone) we can all be expert film producers and truly record events as they unfold wherever.

Vision Times Staff
Vision Times is a kaleidoscopic view into the most interesting stories on the web. We also have a special talent for China stories — read About Us to find out why. Vision Times. Fascinating stuff.

Most Popular

Did Xi Jinping Miscalculate by Offering Congratulations to Biden?

The Chinese leadership’s delayed congratulations to Joe Biden and his running mate may have arisen from confusion — and perhaps self-inflicted misinformation — about...

Elon Musk Is Unsure Whether He Has COVID-19

Back in March, the Chief Executive of SpaceX, Elon Musk, tweeted that panic about COVID-19 might end up causing more harm than the virus....

The Best Fengshui

In the past, there was a man who wanted to build a house, and he invited a fengshui master to check the location. Just...

How to Weather the Autumn Cold

Autumn is brisk and dry. Your throat is prone to fall victim to the change of seasons. Vast differences in temperature from morning to...