This way you can film directly in high quality to an SSD with your iPhone (ADV)

Did you know that you can get even more out of your iPhone 15 Pro by connecting an external SSD? We’ll tell you how to film immediately in the highest quality, without getting an error message.

Record videos in high quality with an SSD

You can safely store all your important files, photos and videos on an external SSD. Especially when it comes to large files, it is indispensable in order not to fill your local storage in a short time. Especially if you film a lot with the ProRes function, files take up a lot of space.

If you want to film in ProRes quality, your iPhone may sometimes give an error message. That’s because you must first connect the iPhone to an external drive to achieve the highest quality of 60 frames per second (normally this is 30 fps). So you need an external drive, such as the SSD T9 from Samsung. It is compact, light and therefore easy to take with you when traveling. Bee iPhoned we’re giving away Samsung’s external drive, so read on to find out how to enter!

Check out the SSD T9 from Samsung

Smooth cooperation between Samsung and Apple

Normally, Samsung and Apple are the biggest competitors, so a logical question is whether an SSD from Samsung works well with Apple. The answer to that is a resounding yes. Because Apple has exchanged Lightning for USB-C with the iPhone 15 series, much more is possible. This way you can directly connect external devices, such as the SSD T9.

They then work together smoothly. Go to the Files app and a folder called ‘T9’ will immediately appear. You can add files by going to the file and tapping the share icon. You will also find the T9 here, so you can quickly transfer images, videos or other files to the drive. Do you want to open the files on your Mac, for example? You will then immediately find the folder as you are used to in the Finder, as soon as the T9 is connected to your Mac.

Film ProRes videos in 4K at 60 fps with your iPhone 15 Pro (Max)

The vloggers – or creatives among us – are probably already familiar with the ProRes mode on their iPhone 15 Pro (Max). Or maybe you want to come home with holiday videos of professional quality next summer. In your camera’s settings, enable ProRes mode via File structures. In the Camera app, then go to video mode and tap ProRes in the top left to enable it. You can now film in 4K quality at 30 fps.

If you then connect an SSD to your iPhone 15 Pro (Max), your images will be even better. Tap ‘4K’ at the top right and change ’30’ to ’60’. Recordings are now in 4K at 60 frames per second and the available recording time is significantly extended. Filmed files are also stored directly on the SSD, the internal storage of your iPhone is skipped. You do not have to set this further with the Samsung T9; it works automatically to save your iPhone’s storage. You will find the video files on your Mac or iPad in the DCIM folder.

Really get the most out of your iPhone 15 Pro (Max) with SSD T9

So if you really want to get the most out of your iPhone 15 Pro (Max) camera, then the Samsung SSD T9 is definitely worth considering. It is available with 1TB, 2TB or 4TB of storage. For most iPhone users, 1TB will be sufficient. You can currently get it for 189.99 euros.

Do you use an SSD professionally or do you just want more memory? Then there is also a 2 TB variant for 329.99 euros. Or even choose 4 TB, for which you pay 599.99 euros.

  • View the Samsung SSD T9 with 1TB (189.99 euros)
  • View the Samsung SSD T9 with 2TB (329.99 euros)
  • View the Samsung SSD T9 with 4TB (599.99 euros)

Have a chance to win an SSD T9 4TB (worth 599.99 euros)

We have good news, because you have a chance to win such a handy SSD T9 with no less than 4 TB (worth 599.99 euros). fill it Google form below and you will immediately participate in the competition. You can participate until June 27, 2024, so be quick! Good luck!

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