FiLMiC Classic – New

FiLMiC Classic is a uniquely configured legacy version of the award winning FiLMiC Pro for older devices such as the Iphone 4, 3GS, iPad2 and iPod Touches.

This is the same code (FiLMiC Pro 2.0-2.9.7) that won;

Best Video App of 2011 – TUAW, Editors pick
2nd Prize, Best Video App of 2011 – TUAW, Readers pick
3rd Prize, Best Video App of 2011 – Best App Ever, 148 Apps
App of the Day, Week and Month – Gizmodo
App of the Week –
5 Star, Editors Review –

FiLMiC Classic takes movie making to the next level and turns your iPhone 4, 3GS, iPad2 and iPod Touches into some of the most powerful and robust full featured HD video cameras around. FiLMiC Classic offers more control over your mobile video camera any other video camera app, save the now iPhone 4S and iPad 3 only FiLMiC Pro 3.0. This app has everything you need to create your mobile masterpiece.

This app is free and you can download it here/download.





- 3 separate shooting modes
- selectable resolutions
- Variable frame rates (1-30 fps)
– Audio monitoring levels
– Stereo recording support
– Super 35 Matte
- Grids
– Front Facing Camera Support
– Overlays
- Slate
- Color Bars
– 6 different upload destinations
- 4 bitrate options per resolution;




Apple Standard
FiLMiC Quality
and FiLMiC Extreme.



Easy to use thumb based control bar designed by filmmakers for guaranteed intuitiveness

● Double Reticle Mode: Two separate adjustable reticles for spot sampling focus and exposure
● Single Reticle Mode: A moveable, or center fixed positioned, spot sampling reticle for both focus and exposure
● Full Frame Mode: Samples both focus and exposure from the entire frame




● DropBox

● YouTube

● Vimeo

● Facebook

● FTP Server

● Tumblr


** Only 2 lock buttons are available on the 3GS and iPod Touch.


About Joanne Carter

Joanne Carter is the Founder and Editorial Director of A Professional Photographer and Associate of the British Industry of Professional Photographers, BIPP, as well as a Professional Journalist, specializing in Technology. A contributor to National and International publications, including, The Times, The Sunday Times, The Guardian, Professional Photographer, NikonPro, Graphix, Digital Arts, Readers Digest, Popular Photography & Imaging and Which? consumer magazine and Joanne most recently became a Columnist for Vogue Magazine writing about mobile Photographers -