Apple iPhone 14 Pro new sports mode video shooting to get started

Apple released the iPhone 14 series of mobile phones early this morning, including the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max. On the imaging front, Apple brought a new camera upgrade. Apple's newly released iPhone 14 models support new motion modes when recording video, technology journalist Rich DeMuro conducted a video shooting test experience after Apple's "Far Out" media event on Wednesday.

According to Apple, the new Sports mode produces incredibly smooth video, handling large shakes, displacements, and vibrations, even when shooting in motion. The iPhone 14 series supports new sports modes.

 The following is the video, the display effect is still good, and there is no special jitter. Apple's movie effect mode was first introduced in last year's iPhone 13 series, and it has also been improved for the iPhone 14 series models, which can now support 4K 30 fps and 4K 24 fps video shooting.

According to Apple, the iPhone 14 Pro is the first to use a new 48-megapixel main camera with a four-in-one pixel sensor. The four-in-one pixel sensor can be adjusted according to the photo taken, and it also has the second-generation sensor-shift optical image stabilization function. For most photos, the 4-in-1 pixel sensor combines every 4 pixels into one large pixel (equivalent to 2.44 microns in unit pixel size), resulting in high-quality images in low-light conditions and keeping the photo size at Practical 12 megapixels. The 4-in-1 Pixel sensor also supports a 2x telephoto option, taking full-resolution photos and 4K video with the 12 megapixels in the center of the sensor, without the need for digital zoom. This option provides optical quality imaging at common focal lengths and is useful for functions such as portrait mode. The 4-in-1 pixel sensor also benefits Pro workflows, optimized for detail rendering in ProRAW. In addition, using machine learning models tailored for the 4-in-1 pixel sensor, iPhone can now shoot ProRAW images at 48 megapixels, showing unprecedented detail and enabling new creative workflows for professional users.

Additional upgrades and features for the Pro camera system include:

  • The new 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera (with a unit pixel size of 1.4 microns) delivers sharper and more detailed images, taking the already powerful macro photography performance to the next level.
  • The optimized telephoto camera provides 3x optical zoom.
  • The new TrueDepth camera with ƒ/1.9 aperture improves photography performance in low-light environments. With autofocus for the first time, the TrueDepth camera can focus faster in low-light environments and take selfies from farther away.
  • The new Adaptive True Tone flash has been completely redesigned with a 9 LED array that changes the flash mode based on the user-selected focal length.
  • Powerful computational photography benefits like Night Mode, Smart HDR 4, Portrait Mode with Portrait Lighting, Night Mode Portrait, Photography Styles that bring personalized color to every photo, Apple ProRAW, and more.
  • The new Sports mode captures incredibly smooth video, dealing with large shakes, displacements and vibrations, even when shooting in motion.
  • Movie effect mode now supports 4K 30 fps and 4K 24 fps video capture.
  • Pro-level video workflows, including ProRes and end-to-end Dolby Vision HDR workflows.

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