Apple has finally launched its most awaited flagship lineup – the iPhone 13 during California event on September 14th. Even though compared to its predecessor, there aren’t many changes in the iPhone 13 series in terms of design. Apple did make a lot of upgrades in the camera segment.
Among all the new camera features, the one that has grabbed everyone’s attention is the new Cinematic mode. This feature helps you to take industry-level videos.
So, let’s check in detail, what’s the new iPhone 13 cinematic mode feature?
What’s The New iPhone 13 Cinematic Mode Feature?
Apple has been providing the portrait mode feature in their iPhones for a long time. This feature helps you to take DSLR-like photos from your iPhone. In a nutshell, the portrait mode adds a Bokeh effect behind an object, to make the photograph look more beautiful. The newly introduced Cinematic mode is almost similar to the portrait mode feature. The major difference is that the new feature will add bokeh behind a live video.
When recording in motion, the cinematic mode helps in focusing on a particular object, and even the transition between one focused object to another happens on its own. The iPhone 13 AI makes it easy for the cinematic mod feature to detect faces and the objects on which you want to focus. For example, when a focused object removes his eye contact from the camera, the cinematic mode feature automatically shifts the focus on another object that is under the line of sight.
As of now, the cinematic mode feature is only limited to 1080px/30fps. But there’s a great chance that we will see 4K/ 24 FPS in the upcoming iOS 15 update if Apple is seeing a bright future in the cinematic mode feature. This feature will help you to shoot Hollywood-level videos from your iPhone.
How Does Cinematic Mode Works?
Without getting into complicated words and explanations, let me explain to you the working procedure of cinematic mod with just a simple example. For instance, if you are recording two people from your iPhone 13 camera – one is standing just next to you, and one is at some distance. The cinematic mode feature gives you the access to change focus from one person’s face to another person even in the time of editing.
So, it doesn’t matter whom you were focusing on while you were recording the video live, the cinematic mode will allow you to change the focus from one object to another while editing the video.
You can check how the cinematic mode works in the below-mentioned video.
Apple posted another video on his YouTube channel showcasing the true power of the cinematic mode feature.
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