Today I learned your Apple Watch can double as a vlogging viewfinder


Today I learned your Apple Watch can double as a vlogging viewfinder

The Apple Watch’s capability to serve as an electronic camera remote for your phone got a mention in its statement keynote, so it’s been around a while, however I’ve only ever used it when or twice to take group photos. Twitter user @PeterSciretta, however, has pointed out that you can also use it as a vlogging aid.

Doing this is easy: On your watch, go to the Camera Remote app. This will open the video camera app on your iPhone, and you can switch it to video mode, set it up, and record. You do not even need to strap your watch to your phone like he performs in the tweet; the remote cam will completely work while your watch is on your wrist.

I have actually shot videos on my phone prior to, and it was frequently an exercise in aggravation trying to get the framing right. There was a lot of running backward and forward, recording short clips to make certain the focus and framing were proper. I might’ve absolutely saved myself the trouble if I had kept in mind that my watch might do this, though I think I would’ve gotten less steps in. It’s a sacrifice I’ll just have to make.

Android users do not require to feel overlooked either, as Use OS gadgets can also act as a video camera viewfinder when connected to Pixel phones. The Apple Watch trick will likewise deal with the popular camera app FiLMiC Pro, as Jeff mentions in his tweet. That method, you can get all the advantages the third-party app offers, plus the remote watching on your watch.

Naturally, if you’re setting out to produce a brand-new vlogging setup, this is probably not the best way to go, specifically if you don’t currently have an Apple Watch. For less than the cost of Apple’s least costly Watch (the Series 3), you might rather get Apple’s Lightning to HDMI adapter(which would also let you power your phone so it doesn’t lack battery), and < a data-cdata =" "subtag_max_length":99, "subtag_delim_length":2, "subtag_key": "ascsubtag", "subtag_query_data": "dchild": "1", "keywords": "electronic camera monitor", "qid":"1609895598", "sr": "8-4", "tag": "duckduckgo-osx-b -20", "ascsubtag":"[] vg[e]21980105[r] r-placeholder[t] w [d]d-placeholder[s]s-placeholder[m] m-placeholder[c] c-placeholder", "encode_subtag": false" has-subtag="true" href=" -1280 x800 - Mirrorless-Panasonic-Included/dp/B077FTPT46/ ref = sr_1_4? dchild = 1 & keywords = cam display & qid =-LRB- ***************************) & sr = 8-4 & tag = duckduckgo-osx-b - 20" rel="sponsored nofollow noopener" target =" _ blank" > a little cam screen. Or, you could simply position your phone in front of a mirror. However if you already have an Apple Watch, and want to film yourself utilizing your iPhone, this pointer may simply make that simpler.


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