Making a “Zack Snyder” Camera with 3 iPhones and a 3D Printed Camera Mount
Folks who watched Zach Snyder’s 2006 film, 300, may remember the unique cinematic style and camera work where battle scenes instantly switched between close-up, mid-, and wide-angle views. This was accomplished by a 3-camera rig with each camera set to a difference focal length. This became known as the Zack Snyder Camera.
In this Corridor Crew video, they attempt to create the same effect using three iPhone cameras mounted on a 3D-printed rig.
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