Pixel 7 Pro vs iPhone 14 Pro cinematic video comparison: A clear winner

google pixel 7 pro vs apple iphone 14 pro rear view leaning at an angle.

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One of the defining characteristics of large lenses on traditional cameras is the stunning bokeh effect they produce. The stylistic choice creates segmentation between the subject and the background and adds to the overall cinematic appeal of video footage.

Now that some of the best camera-focused phones can achieve near-DSLR levels of portraiture, it’s no surprise that the next big challenge is to bring that same DSLR-like shallow depth of field to video. This year’s Pixel 7 series joins a relatively short list of phones, including the iPhone 14 Pro, to support a cinematic video feature. In fact, Google claims that the Tensor G2‘s machine learning smarts are key to enabling convincing bokeh blur. However, the proof is in the pudding.

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