What iPhone 6's Improved Camera Could Mean for Filmmakers

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As has become standard with each new iPhone update, the latest from Apple (the iPhone 6) will boast an even better camera with some impressive video capabilities.

Writes Indiewire's Paula Bernstein, "Among the new features of the iPhone 6's new iSight camera are continuous auto-focus while shooting video, new "cinematic" stabilization mode for video and the ability to record slo mo video at both 120fps and 240fps. The camera has a new sensor which allows it to record 1080P video at 60 frames per second, as well as the ability for time-lapse recording and HDR video. The camera also features a f/2.2 aperture, which enables you to shoot video in low light situations."

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