By now we are all familiar with the camera on the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the S7 edge. Universally praised by consumers and critics alike, the S7 camera is one of the best, if not the best smartphone camera out there right now.
But just to make sure you haven't forgotten about it, Samsung released a new video shot on the S7. The 4K video with clips from around the world does a good job of showing the S7 camera at its best.
Naturally, the clips were shot using a lot of professional photography tools including tripods, video heads and sliders, so you shouldn't expect to replicate the results easily.
Still Apple and Samsung have been doing this kind of campaigns for a few years now - "shot on iPhone" and "Captured on Samsung Galaxy". If nothing else at least the images and videos that come out of these are really great to look at.
You can check out the video below:
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Great clip, but only because it was shot by a team of professionals, using professional editing tools and planning and applying all of theyr footage on the right scenarios with the right conditions!