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Apple's Shot on iPhone XS video shows beautiful slo mo and time-lapse experiments

14 September 2018 3

Apple is back with its Shot on iPhone series and it obviously is updated with the shots taken with the new iPhones – iPhone XS. The new video added to the family of Shot on iPhone videos includes the highest quality video shot taken with the iPhone XS. The Cupertino-based company stressed the camera quality of the iPhone XS series and the same has been highlighted in the video as well.

The video which is 1:44 minutes long shows “experiments” done so as to capture them using the camera of the new iPhone. In the first experiment, Apple highlights the slo-mo capture by iPhone XS. The slo-mo video bundles the water bubble and the sound and presents a beautiful set.

The video also showcases what’s going inside the soap, water, and corn syrup film. The video captured is in 4K at 60fps and it shows vibrant colors or how the syrup is coagulating with water.

Next up, we have the time lapse video that includes the copper & silver nitrate experiment. The reaction in time-lapse looks quite mesmerizing. The black color that forms after the reaction on the copper and silver nitrate solution turning from colorless to blue can be clearly seen in the video. The whole process looks quite mesmerizing.

Unlike, Apple’s previous videos of Shot on iPhone series, the latest one is different. We have seen real life captures taken with the iPhones, but this has been created solely to showcase how beautifully the camera of iPhone XS captures everything.

Watch the video and enjoy the slo-mo experiments of Apple.

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Apple's Shot on iPhone XS video shows beautiful slo mo and time-lapse experiments
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