May 17, 2022

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anyone crossing |  Xiaomi |  Smartphone |  short film |  short |  Bruno Ascenzo |  nda |  nnni |  SPORTS-PLAY

anyone crossing | Xiaomi | Smartphone | short film | short | Bruno Ascenzo | nda | nnni | SPORTS-PLAY

Currently there are many brands such as Apple, Samsung, Xiaomi, Huawei, Sony, Honor, etc., which have greatly improved their cameras, even adapting them Recording in order to enjoy a great installation, as if your clips were from a movie.

Peruvian director Bruno Asenzo has been called upon to direct his first short film entirely using the Xiaomi 11T smartphone. The device has a 108MP wide-angle 8MP camera and a 5MP telephoto lens, which, according to the brand, allows you to capture clips like cinematic movies.

For the short film by name “Anyone who crosses”, different lighting conditions were used: outdoors, during the day and at night. “It also caused me to put him in a dark room, this big black box representing the stage, and play with different sets and shooting spaces”, says Bruno Asenzo.

It is the first time that a Peruvian director has recorded a short film with a cell phone. Recording an optical audio clip for the big screen using a smartphone was not a problem because the device allows 4K content recording, which allowed us to shorten this 8 minutes. “High-quality, high-resolution RAW recording allowed for a good mix of color in post-production,” he adds.

For his part, Luis Alejandro Lopez, Product Manager of the Cellular Division of Xiaomi Peru, specified that the Xiaomi 11T was a team that achieved great acceptance in the Peruvian market. “This is thanks to the innovative proposal of Xiaomi 11T, which provides everyone with a tool that is able to work very well in both day and night scenarios, with little or a lot of light, and that is exactly what guarantees the success of this audio visual directed by the famous director Bruno Asenzo “, says Lopez.

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