• Apple's iPhone 6 Used to Shoot Bentley's 'Intelligent Details' Documentary

    It’s hard to believe that it has already been a year since Bentley aired its first promotional ‘documentary’ shot and used iOS devices to edit them. However, it has been reported that a year later the luxury car brand is using the same tactic to celebrate the Savile Row Bespoke exhibition being held in Washington, D.C.

    The new short documentary is part of Bentley's "Intelligent Details" series. The focus is on four major houses located on Savile Row with each creating a bespoke driving jacket for the UK automaker. Both the film and behind the scenes videos were uploaded to the company's YouTube channel recently.

    Similar to the company's first "Intelligent Details" series video, filmmaker Austin Reza used the same videography techniques for the second film in the series. It was noted that the main equipment used was Apple's iPhone 6 and 6 Plus devices, a Moondog Labs anamorphic lens, a MoVI M5 camera system, and a BeastGrip Pro for mounting lenses and filters. It was unknown which editing platform was used for the video, but Apple's iPad was used last year for video footage cutting.

    Apple equipment has become increasingly popular for video editing and shooting for a lot of people. With the annual device upgrades, we wouldn't be surprised if it becomes the main equipment for filming and shooting in the future.

    Source: YouTube via Bentley
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Apple's iPhone 6 Used to Shoot Bentley's 'Intelligent Details' Documentary started by Akshay Masand View original post
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