Shift4 Payments CEO and commercial astronaut Jared Isaacman had plenty of camera equipment onboard the SpaceX Dragon capsule during the Inspiration4 mission, but for some shots, he opted to use an iPhone. The entire crew used several Apple products, including the Apple Watch Series 6, to conduct ultrasounds using iPhone 12 Pros and a Butterfly IQ+. When you’re traveling 357.3-miles above Earth, the cupola provides some pretty nice views, as you’re about to see. Read more for two videos and additional information.
A video over Brazil from first day on orbit. Shot w/iPhone but hopefully we can get some of @inspiration4x Nikon shots out soon. Such a privilege to see our 🌎 from this perspective. We need to take far better care of our home planet and also reaching for the stars. pic.twitter.com/mAQw6eK8Ui
— Jared Isaacman (@rookisaacman) September 25, 2021
What kind of camera system is found on the iPhone 12 Pro Max? Its ƒ/1.6 aperture Wide camera boasts a 47% larger sensor with 1.7μm pixels for a massive 87 percent improvement in low-light conditions over its predecessor. Plus, it also includes the expansive Ultra Wide camera and a 65 mm focal length Telephoto camera for increased flexibility with closer shots and tighter crops. As for footage, it’s capable of capturing HDR video with Dolby Vision, up to 60FPS.
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Cool video from 🐉 cupola w/ xenomorph. In hindsight, it wasn’t worth the trouble of repacking the alien and probably took away from the video… but the view is pretty incredible and my kids will like the 👽
Shot from: iPhone. pic.twitter.com/OB0KTIlv0y
— Jared Isaacman (@rookisaacman) September 24, 2021