Apple published yesterday a new video ‘Shot on iPhone’ on its YouTube channel. With these videos recorded entirely by an iPhone , the company tries to show us not only the potential of the camera of the device in question but also a story. This time the story of the video focuses on American Samoa , an unincorporated territory of the United States located in the Pacific Ocean and managed by the United Nations.
In Apple’s 3-minute video we can see a story centered on 17-year-old athlete Eddie Siaumau from American Samoa. The video was shot by photographer and director Steven Counts who through Siaumau tries to explain how American Samoa is much more likely to produce NFL athletes than anywhere else in the world.
The data shown in the video refers to how an inhabitant of this island is 56 times more likely to play in the NFL than any other American resident in another territory . In the case of Eddie Siaumau it is known that despite his young age he has received a full scholarship to an athletic college.
The video was recorded with an iPhone XS , which was equipped with some accessories that made the shooting more professional. These were the DJI Osmo Mobile 2 , FiLMiC Pro , a video stand GP Joby GripThight PRO and a smartphone filter kit NiSi .
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Without a doubt, this Apple report impresses with the quality of the recording and the landscapes of American Samoa that are shown while the protagonist Siaumau trains on the beach, in the gym or other places.
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