This Sci-Fi short film was shot entirely on the Huawei P30 Pro
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Huawei P30 Pro has been proven to pack an outstanding camera setup that excels when shooting still photos. The device currently ranks among the best camera phone around. Needlessly, the P30 Pro has been receiving some knocks in some quarters for not having the capability to record videos in 4K. Huawei’s VP had even clarified that the company didn’t include that feature because 1080p is just awesome for video recording and also it generates videos that eat up lesser storage space.


A short science fiction movie shot using the 1080p video recording of the P30 Pro has been posted online showing the capabilities of the device. The film titled “Eye of the Future” is the first the film produced by director Peng Yulun with the P30 Pro.
The short film demonstrates the groundbreaking imaging technology of Huawei P30 Pro with a very innovative shooting method. The film was shot without utilizing any external camera assistance, just the P30 Pro’s camera. The powerful zoom of the P30 Pro gets deployed so too for the best captures. Check out the full video from the source link below.



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