At the beginning of the year, Sony introduced its first smartphones with the Motion Eye camera module (Xperia XZ Premium and XZs), with which it made it clear that it could still be in photos and video (malicious languages say the opposite). The key features of Motion Eye are shooting video with super-reduction of 960 fps and buffering several pictures before the shutter is released. Currently, this camera is used, in addition to XZ Premium and XZs, in the XZ1 and XZ1 Compact.
Thanks to fresh and improved technologies (SteadyShot stabilization, 4K, predictive shooting …), the devices have learned to shoot photos and videos at an extremely high level. What he used in his new 6-minute film “Journey” director Mateo Willis, known documentary “Wild Arabia” and “Earth Earth 2”. See:
In such an uneasy project, he enlisted the support of 34 independent filmmakers from around the world. All of them used exclusively Sony Ericsson Xperia smartphones for shooting, applying various camera modes. At the exit they got a picture definitely worthy of attention. The film tells about numerous trips around the world: various landscapes, changeable conditions of shooting and everything in this spirit. However, in some places there are weak moments inherent in mobile photography, although the authors and fellows, tried very hard. What do you think?