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Multiple camera simultaneous recording coming to iPhone XS and iPhone XR, not just iPhone 11

[2019-09-16 10:23:29]

At its event last week, Apple previewed a new version of Filmic Pro running on the iPhone 11 Pro. It was a compelling demo, with the app able to record from multiple cameras simultaneously, like recording the front and back camera together, or filming using the new ultra-wide and standard wide cameras for additional coverage. However, the good news is that simultaneous multi-cam sessions are not only available on the iPhone 11. The feature is also supported by the iPhone XS, iPhone XR, and the 2018 iPad Pro… The post Multiple camera simultaneous recording coming to iPhone XS and iPhone XR, not just iPhone 11 appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Multiple camera simultaneous recording coming to iPhone XS and iPhone XR, not just iPhone 11


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