Last week, Apple released the latest iPhone and by most reports its a dramatic leap forward in terms of battery life, screen quality, and all around performance. Of course, what most people care about is how well it takes photos and shoots video. To prove that this is a device that can compete with dedicated cameras, filmmaker Matteo Bartoli took his new iPhone 11 to Sequoia National Park and captured the landscapes there using the new ultra-wide angle lens. The results can be viewed above, but needless to say they are quite stunning. A decade ago if you would have told me we could capture such great video from our mobile phones I would have thought you were crazy. Now, it has become the norm and that technological leap is still very impressive.
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