Nayla Al-Khaja takes filmmaking and videography to the next level through the lens of HONOR Magic4 Pro
As a global technology brand, HONOR remains committed to leading breakthrough solutions and technologies, aiming to inspire content creators by bringing their stories to life and exploring limitless possibilities.
HONOR has teamed up with the UAE’s first director and producer, Nayla Al Khaja, to showcase the tech brand’s expertise in the industry through the lens of its latest device and videography capabilities – the HONOR Magic4 Pro, which will soon be available in the United Arab Emirates.
This one-of-a-kind collaboration introduced an exciting new shooting technique. As part of the project, Al Khaja used the HONOR Magic4 Pro which comes with features that introduce “world first” technologies allowing him to film his Cannes Film Festival experience through the lens of the HONOR Magic4 Pro.
The impressive video roster features Magic-Log Movie Master and AI movie effects on the HONOR Magic4 Pro which delivers the world’s first Log 4K 10-bit video recording at 60 fps. This collaboration by HONOR not only inspires consumers to produce meaningful content, but has also given the public access to professional video content creation at the click of a button.
Commenting on the collaboration with HONOR, Al Khaja said, “As a brand, HONOR has been constantly innovating and I think they are delivering some very exciting and groundbreaking technologies for everyone. Being part of this collaboration was very exciting for me. Shooting at the Cannes Film Festival entirely on a smartphone was exciting and I was amazed by the video capabilities of the HONOR Magic4 Pro.
The HONOR Magic4 Pro takes a huge leap forward in photography and videography with its powerful triple-camera combination that supports ultra-fusion computational photography to deliver stunningly clear high-definition images. Each shot equipped with HONOR’s Magic-Log Movie Master delivers cinematic-grade footage and a superior shooting experience, allowing budding creators to bring lifelike colors and moods to their content.
Zhao Likun, CEO of HONOR Middle East, said, “The collaboration with film industry leader Nayla aims to empower creative talents in smartphone film production by broadening their reach and empowering them. giving them the freedom to create jaw-dropping movies, thereby paving their way into the world of smartphone moviemaking.”
This collaboration is part of HONOR’s vision to play a crucial role in stimulating innovation and creativity through the use of smartphones in the United Arab Emirates and the Middle East region. It highlights the limitless possibilities for innovation that includes smartphone filmography, thanks to cutting-edge technology that integrates complex camera capabilities into a smartphone camera.
As a brand, HONOR recognizes all members of society, collaborating with individuals of distinction. Partnering with Al Khaja, who aspires to lead a new generation of filmmakers in the Middle East, represents the empowerment of women in the UAE. This collaboration paved the way for highlighting and supporting women’s empowerment.