The Cinematic shooting mode lets you use selective focus to tell a story.
iPhone 13 Pro Max From £1,049 FROM apple.com/uk FEATURES Super Retina XDR display with ProMotion, 2778x1284 pixels, 458 ppi, Smart HDR 4, A15 Bionic chip
Many professional photographers will have adopted the iPhone Pro range as their primary camera, especially once the ProRAW format was released. With the advent of the iPhone 13 Pro Max, even more photographers should find this device an attractive alternative to their traditional DSLR, especially with its enhanced performance in low light. And filmmakers will enjoy the flexibility of the Camera app’s new Cinematic shooting mode, with the option to adjust the scene’s focal point after the clip has been captured (more on that later).
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