After waiting for a couple of years, the video version of portrait mode has finally been added to the iPhone 13 series. This new mode is called Cinematic Mode on iPhone 13. It allows recording Hollywood movie like videos from iPhone 13 by changing focus on the object and blurring the background.
The time has come to say goodbye to heavy cameras since the new iPhone 13 series launched with the Cinematic Mode to record amazing videos. The new Cinematic Mode on iPhone 13 is specially designed to record video while intelligently moving one subject’s focus to another.
Instead Of 1080p at 30 FPS, Can I Record 4K Cinematic Videos On iPhone 13?
When you start recording the video in Cinematic Mode on your iPhone 13, and someone enters the frame, this mode can automatically focus on that person. Even you can adjust focus while recording videos in Cinematic Mode.
Does Cinematic Mode Support 4K recording on iPhone 13?
As Apple said that the iPhone 13 can record high-quality depth data at 30 frames per second in 1080p. So, there is no way to record Cinematic videos in 4k quality. You have to go with iPhone 13’s Cinematic Mode in 1080p at 30FPS only. Maybe iPhone 14 will have the option to record Cinematic Video with 4K 60FPS high-quality videos.
Does iPhone 12 Pro Max have cinematic mode?
No, iPhone 12 Pro Max or any older iPhones doesn’t have the Cinematic Mode feature. Apple developed Cinematic Mode for the iPhone 13 series with the support of a powerful A15 Bionic chip and trained Neural Engine.
Have you tried Cinematic Mode on iPhone 13? Are you satisfied with the 1080p 30FPS cinematic recording? Please share your feedback in the comment box.