Filmmaker Matteo Bertoli—who you may remember from his very popular iPhone 7 Plus cinematic video—recently got an iPhone 8 Plus to test out. And so he put on his walking shoes and spent some time shooting with the new phone all over the Los Angeles area.

The result is the 2:40 video above, all of it captured in 4K, all of it captured with the iPhone 8 Plus in either 24p, 48p or 60p, and most of it shot handheld with the exception of a few slider shots. All of the footage was captured using the Filmic Pro app (which allows Bertoli to shoot in Log, although it gave him some trouble with iOS 11), and then edited using DaVinci Resolve 14.

The results didn't disappoint.

"I was super impressed by the colors this iPhone is able to pull out," writes Bertoli in the video description. "Dynamic range is also very impressive and finally the second camera was improved at a point where you can actually use it for video. Bummer it doesn't have OIS like the iPhone X."

This video is one of the first well-rounded examples of 4K cinematic footage we've seen from the new phone, so if you're curious what Apple's latest smartphone can do with video, definitely give Bertoli's creation a watch. Now we just have to wait for a few iPhone X models to make their way into the wild...