The iPhone 11 Pro Was Used to Record Over 5 Hours of Continuous Hermitage Museum Footage on a Single Charge

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The iPhone 11 Pro lineup is known for two things — its excellent camera performance and long-lasting battery. Apple has shown off both aspects of the device via its latest ‘Shot on iPhone’ series video.

Titled “Hermitage,” the entire 5 hours, 19 minutes and 28 seconds long video was shot in one continuous take on the iPhone 11 Pro on a single battery charge. It has been shot inside the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg in Russia.

Experience a 5 hr 19 min 28 sec cinematic journey through one of the world’s biggest museums in St. Petersburg, Russia. Take in 45 galleries, 588 masterpieces, and live performances, shot in 4K on iPhone 11 Pro in one continuous take.

What’s impressive is that at the end of the filming, the iPhone 11 Pro still had 19% battery left. The video is available for streaming at a maximum resolution of 1080p on YouTube so presumably, it was shot in the same resolution on the iPhone as well. Nonetheless, it is impressive that the iPhone 11 Pro still had a respectable 19% juice left in its tank after continuously recording video for over 5 hours. It shows not just how good its battery life is, but also its excellent thermal performance.

You can watch the entire 5 hours+ video over here.

What’s the longest video that you have ever recorded on your iPhone 11 Pro? Six months after its release, are you still satisfied with its battery life? Drop a comment and let us know!