But here’s the thing — in all but the very low light situations, the iPhone footage is remarkably good looking. And the iPhone has been shooting video for less than a decade: the first one to shoot video was the 3GS in 2009; the third model, only eight years ago. Just imagine how good the footage it produces will be in another decade…
As you might expect, the real (and hideously expensive) movie camera blows the phone away.
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