There are many things called "Pro" without really offer as many professional features. Filmic Pro is not one of them. On the contrary, this is an incredibly advanced camera app even been used in major film productions. The feature film Tangerine app made known when the film was shot with filmic Pro on an iPhone 5s few years ago, and the app's website shows now many other shorter and longer movies created with the app. Better advertising can hardly be.
Recently released filmic Pro in a new version that gave even more features, including the ability to film in the format of the log. It is very simply a format films with lower contrast, saturation and sharpness, for the filmmaker to better develop the self in post-production (it reminds me of raw photo). Being able to shoot in 4k (iPhone 6s and newer) and smiled with a camera phone is actually quite impressive. Log requires an iPhone 7, and that we buy into Cinematographer kit for 109 crowns.
For advanced users
When we first open the app, we are greeted by a pretty clean interface, but the symbols around on the screen, hiding many submenus and settings. That's right nicely, but can hardly be called unadorned. Learning threshold is obviously a bit higher here, but the one who spends the 159 crowns app costs are probably already pretty knowledgeable users who will spend time learning the interface, but to, so we should not complain too much about this. After acquainting us with the app for a while, we find what we're looking for fairly quickly.
And there are an incredible number of parameters to control. Pressing a symbol gives many times sliders smartly positioned on either side of the screen, suitable for your thumbs to reach.
There are manual controls for the most part. In short, we can say that the filmic Pro gives us the settings and adjustments that we hardly thought possible in an Iphone. An example of this is the ability to completely manually adjust fps 1-240 (depending on how many fps even the iPhone can handle). We can set the iOS as well, but then we have to enter the settings and can then only choose between a few different steps.
So there are a lot of parameters we are given access to the filmic Pro, so many that we can not possibly list all here. But a few are worth mentioning, such as the ability to "live-adjust" saturation, shadows, highlights, and more, and right on the screen to see what the result is.
Advanced manual controls and hardware support
Live Analytics (iPhone 6 and higher) can, on the screen, see for example zebra stripes as a means to see what the image that is over- or underexposed – a feature we otherwise often found in more expensive cameras (and not always live update in the viewfinder).
We can separate controls for focus and exposure. An added plus is that we can adjust the focus with a "slider" during filming, the effective focus movements. We can also control and adjust the small details that will determine which of Iphones three microphones to be used for sound recording, and change the brightness of the LED light – perfect if we need to lighten up a shade just slightly.