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Time.com reports on short film shot on iPhone 4

Back in January of this year, we told you about a short film shot on an iPhone 4 by filmmaker, Park Chan-Wook. ‘Night Fishing‘ was the first large-budget project that embraced the iPhone as its primary camera. The camera crew also used an Owle Bubo iPhone mount, and the EnCimena35 35mm Lens Adaptor.

Ever wonder what happened to the short? Check out Time.com fantastic report on this groundbreaking film.

Thanks to HHH reader, Reese Golchin for putting this on our radar.

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