Samsung uses Galaxy S21 Ultra to shoot short wildlife doc

The documentary was shot completely with the S21 Ultra

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra

I’m someone who absolutely loves wildlife documentaries, and although I’ve never considered filming one myself, apparently I could — at least, according to Samsung.

Samsung has teamed up with Discovery to shoot a wildlife documentary on the Galaxy S21 Ultra.

Wildlife photographer Yashas Narayan and his team used a couple of S21 Ultra handsets to film tigers in the wild.

The documentary was shot exclusively with the S21 Ultra and a camera grip system to get more control of the small device.

Above is a behind-the-scenes clip showing off how the mini-doc was filmed.

Samsung’s Galaxy S21 Ultra features a set of four cameras, including a 108-megapixel shooter with OIS, laser autofocus and phase detection autofocus, a 10-megapixel shooter that’s capable of 10x optical zoom, a lens that offers 3x optical zoom and a final shooter sports a 12-megapixel sensor with an ultra-wide lens.

Source: Android Authority, Samsung