Although on paper the new M3 chips and the recently renewed MacBook Pro were the absolute protagonists of the event Scary Fast from Apple, the truth is that, behind the scenes, there was also an unexpected guest: the iPhone 15 Pro. It was not until the end of the event when Apple announced that all the content we saw during the presentation It was recorded with an iPhone 15 Pro and edited on a Mac.
But we are not fooled, although the shots of the event that were actually recorded with an iPhone 15 Pro, the truth is that it was done surrounded by unprecedented professional equipment, which does not take away from the enormous recording quality and editing possibilities that offers a next-generation iPhone. Especially with the possibility of recording in Log.
Ian Zelbo has shared on Twitter the Apple video (now removed) with “behind the scenes” of Apple’s Scary Fast event, which you can see below and which, of course, demonstrates the potential of the iPhone 15 Pro in combination with professional recording equipment:
The entire event was recorded with an iPhone 15 Pro
If we look closely, we can see how Apple has used the Blackmagic Camera app to record many of the shots from the event, we do not know if all of them have been recorded using the same app. The best of all is that The application is completely free and you can download it in the App Store.
The Blackmagic app, which has no subscriptions of any kind and offers all its functionality for free, Allows you to control all status and registration parameters, histogram, focus peaking indicators, levels, frame guides and more. And it also allows you to record in 16:9 even if you hold the iPhone vertically, if you want to record something discreetly. Also includes lens selection, frame rate, shutter angle, time codes, ISO, white balance, gain and audio levels.
Offers recording in Apple ProRes or H.264 and H.265 and audio in AAC and PCM formats and VU or PPM audio measurement. It is compatible with external audio input and even allows you to use 3D LUTs to recreate cinematic aspects.
If you want your next recording to look like Apple’s Scary Fast event, this free app is the starting point, especially if you have an iPhone 15 Pro.