The creative use of technology even astounds us at Pocket-lint sometimes, and while it's not exactly new to shoot professional video pieces using mobile devices, the craft that's gone into this music video is as clever and unique as they come.
Nine iPhone 4s were strapped to a home-made rig in order to create the 1960s style tiled video. And the production company, Fishbowl Films, claims that, because the iPhone 4 has a resolution of 1280 x 720 (720p) then the overall pixel count equates to 3840 x 2160 (near 4k2k).
Of course, YouTube maxes out at 1080p, so it's unlikely you'll see it at its maximum resolution, but it certainly looks sharp. And, to think, the video was simply made on a humble iPhone. Well, nine of them.
Incidentally, the audio was recorded on a Zoom H4N digital recorder, and the artist is Troy MacCubbin. The track is called Someday.
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