A new demonstration of the iPhone 11 Pro might. The guys from Cupertino could not think of anything else than to go to the Russian Hermitage Museum and record the visit with the best iPhone built to date. So far it seems like a good idea.
The funny thing is that the video is not only used to demonstrate the capabilities of the camera recording in 4K, but they have also wanted to show the autonomy of the device, recording the sequence in a single shot without stopping, during 5 20 hours and minutes. Fortunately, there is also a summary. You have to like painting a lot to see it in its entirety ...
Apple just added a new video to its "Shot on iPhone" collection. In it he runs for a whopping 5 hours, 19 minutes and 28 seconds the Hermitage Museum of Saint Petersburg. It was recorded in 4K with an iPhone 11 Pro in a single shot, without stopping, and without an auxiliary battery, which still had 19 percent of its capacity after recording.
Luckily, if you want to get an idea of the video and are not very fond of painting, Apple has also published a trailer with the highlights, which you can see below.
The recording shows the 45 rooms of the Russian Hermitage Museum. A huge gallery where the video offers with detail 588 of his works teachers. There is also a ballet sequence and an ending with a performance by a trio that performed music by Kirill Richter. A video of the most complete. If you want to see it in its entirety, we show it to you below:
The Apple Video Collection "Shot on iPhone" is focused on demonstrating all the power that iPhone cameras offer us, and in particular, of the latest iPhone 11 Pro range. This time the company also wanted to demonstrate the device's battery capacity, with this recording followed by almost 5 and a half hours.