There are Android smartphones that feature UltraHD video capture as standard, and then there’s the iPhone. Apple’s device has no default way to shoot video at such a high resolution, but can take UltraHD stills. An app company called Vizzywig uses this feature in its Vizzywig 4K app, which ‘films’ content by taking 24 high-resolution pictures every second. They are then stitched together into a sequence. A full editing workflow is also built in, enabling tweaks to colour and brightness and the ability to add effects like scrolling credits. These features might explain the pricing: $1,000! The app only works on iPhone 5 models running iOS 7, as iOS 8 breaks the ability to shoot photos so rapidly.