Best iOS App for Vlogging | Multicam Pro for iPhone 11

Ever wanted to record the front and back cameras at the same time? Well now you can with Multicam Pro.


Allows you to record two streams at once from the ultrawide, wide, telephoto and front cameras. You can also switch cameras without stopping the recording.


Only iPhone’s with an A12 processor (released in 2018) or above support multiple streams. However, older iPhones can still take advantage of switching the cameras without stopping the recording.


Select the cameras you’d like to use by tapping on the switch icon and the 2nd camera feed. Tap the record icon to start recording. Note: You can also switch cameras during a recording.


Currently each stream is recorded individually and saved directly to the camera roll with one containing the front audio and the other containing the back. In the next version we’ll introduce picture in picture mode to save both feeds into one video as an option.




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All videos were shot at their camera’s highest settings.

The audio on the iPhone X and iPhone 6s was boosted in post.


iPhone X

Back Camera - 4k 60fs

Front Camera - 1080p 30 fps

HEVC encoding - resulting in around half the size of traditional mp4

iPhone 6s

Back Camera - 4k 30fps

Front Camera - 720p 30fps

Cheap as chips

Samsung S7

Back Camera - 4k 30fps

Front Camera - 1440p 30fps

Excellent quality, but poor colour profile

Panasonic G85

Using wide angle adapter and Ride VideoMicro for audio

Excellent quality

Weighs half a kilo!


The quality of the iPhone X was very good, both the front and back camera has improved over the iPhone 6s, and the wider angle on the front camera is a must. That being said, I couldn’t really tell the difference between the front cameras in good lighting. Also, what surprised me the most is that even though the camera now features image stabilisation, the iPhone X and 6s were both very shaky when compared to the Samsung and Panasonic.


iPhone 7 Experience:

iPhone 6s Envirofone:

Panasonic G85 Field Test:

Wide Angle Lens for G85:


iPhone X:

Samsung S7:

iPhone 6S:

Panasonic G85:

Rode VideoMicro:


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