I mean, it looks like pretty much any vlog/travel video.
If you showed this to anyone, they'd have no idea it was shot on an iPhone and not any DSLR.
I guess that's good for vloggers, but this is not replacing a real camera for video work.
I was waiting for them to say 'In fact this whole video was shot on the brand new iPhone'. the dual video recording function is the only thing that really stuck out to me, but awesome video functions aside, It's still a smartphone.
No one is showing up to a video gig with an iPhone.
'We wish we could make the same money working on a smaller film as we do on blockbuster project'
More money typically means more studio control.
Captured in 4k.
Highest resolution we can pick in 720p playback...
Wouldn't regular old scotch tape work just as well? You would' have to waste good gaff tape and it'd be cheaper anyhow.
Labeling your cards and keeping two separate card holders always worked for me. One card holder for unused cards and one for used cards. If you constantly shoot with multiple cameras you could have sets of cards dedicated to each so you can still label cards as A, B, C, etc...
I initially was disappointed this wasn't actually a 30 year timelapse. but even the ~4 year timelapse it currently is shows a lot of changes. Going to be insane to see the difference in 26 years.
I hope he can finish and I hope I can remember it in 26 years.