Smartphone cameras are incredible. The capabilities and sheer pixel power you now have tucked right in your pocket mean fewer special moments are lost forever, instead they're captured in the kind of quality we could only dream of little more than a decade ago.
They're so good in fact, that one of the best films premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, Tangerine, was shot entirely on an iPhone.
But no matter how far they've come, surely they can't compete with ridiculously expensive professional Hollywood camera equipment?
Well, to put it to the test, YouTuber Potato Jet got his hands on the $82,000 Arri Alexa — used to film big blockbuster movies including Drive, The Revenant, Arrival, Logan and many more — and put it to the test against the iPhone 7.
We see comparisons in a number of different settings with varying amounts of light, and while I won't ruin the video for you, I will say the iPhone holds its for what it is — a smartphone, not an $82,000 Hollywood camera. Watch the video above.
If you'd like to learn how to shoot better photos and video on the iPhone, check Apple's handy guides right here.