Check out this wonderful 4K footage that was shot on Google’s Pixel Phone
Google’s Pixel is without doubt winning hearts already with its great features and performance. Huge marketing campaigns together with positive reviews are certainly doing much good to the company. Google by all means is trying to sell its device on the basis of “Made by Google”. However, it does not mean that there is no truth to it. The device certainly has features that are commendable.
- Fariha Khan
- October 24, 2016
The wonderful Pixel camera
Among the most popular features of the Pixel phone is its stunning camera. Well, well. Believe it or not, the camera of the phone is indeed marvelous. Beyond DxO Mark scores and marketing hype, the 12MP sensor on the back of the device has proved to really one of the best ones around. Yes, you guessed it right. The camera of the device is no less than iPhone 7 and Galaxy S7. In fact, at times, it appears to even beat its competitors.
Perfect for both stills and videos
The Pixel camera is not great only for still, but is as good for the video. Regardless of the lack of optical image stabilization, the inclusion of EIS among various fine-tuning tweaks Google has made sure that the camera is able to extend unparalleled. Its rear eye can take some great videos, even in 4K.
Matteo Bertoli’s experience with the Pixel
Matteo Bertoli, the well-known project filmmaker, found the camera surprisingly stunning. After using the device for some time he planned to put it through its paces and eventually provided us with this spectacular short movie shot entirely on the Pixel phone. A lovely little video that is well shot and edited, it helps us know how much mobile photography has improved now. Without doubt it is almost impossible to believe that the device in your pocket can do something so fantastic but the Pixel has the power to turn it all into a reality.
“I bought my Google Pixel on Thursday… I was very impressed with the new Google phone. Dynamic range is good, plenty of details. The software IS is not bad at all considering is not optical. For this video I used a tripod, a Rhino slider and the Shoulderpod S1 for handheld footage. I didn’t use any lenses or gimbal. I edited in FCPX and graded in DaVinci Resolve. I also used Filmic Pro and the native camera app to record the entire video.”
said the filmmaker after this superb experience with the Google camera.
So if you are still thinking if you should get the Pixel phone, you must have got your answer now.