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Dxo One 20.2mp Digital Connected Camera For Iphone And Ipad With Wi-Fi (Discontinued By Manufacturer

dxo one 20 2mp digital connected camera for iphone and ipad with wi fi discontinued by manufacturer

DxO ONE 20.2MP Digital Connected Camera for iPhone and iPad with Wi-Fi (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Direct connection to iPhone or iPad via high-speed Lightning connector - large viewfinder, touch control and instant sharing
  • 20.2MP 1\" CMOS-BSI sensor and f/1.8 prime lens (32 mm equip) - capture details even in extreme low light and take gorgeous portraits with soft bokeh
  • Fast shutter speed (to 1/8000 sec), high ISO (51200), full HD video (1080p/30, 720p/120)
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion battery and micro SD card slot (stores high-quality RAW format files)

The DxO ONE attaches to your iPhone and transforms it into a professional-quality connected camera. Featuring a 1-inch format 20.2 megapixel sensor and a high-quality f/1.8 lens, it captures amazing images, even in low light. The companion iOS app turns your iPhone display into a beautiful viewfinder and gives you full control over the camera’s settings.

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Brand : DxO
Category : Electronics,Camera & Photo,Digital Cameras,Point & Shoot Digital Cameras
Rating : 3.7
Price : US $408.99
Review Count : 164
Auto Focus Technology : Contrast detection, Face detection
Photo Sensor Size : 1-inch
Photo Sensor Technology : CMOS
Effective Still Resolution : 20.2
Video Capture Resolution : 1080p
Video Standard : MPEG-4
Model Name : DxO CAM01-00
Model Number : CAM01-00-USA
Best Sellers Rank : #286,147 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #1,880 in Digital Point & Shoot Cameras
Color : Black
Included Components : Battery
Expanded ISO Maximum : 51200
Lens Type : standard-prime
Optical Zoom : 1 x
Compatible Mountings : Micro Four Thirds
Screen Size : 0.75 Inches
Display Type : OLED
Batteries Required? : Yes
Number of Batteries : 1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)
Are Batteries Included : Yes
Rechargeable Battery Included : No
Battery Cell Composition : Lithium Ion
Battery Weight : 29 Grams
Target Gender : Unisex
Connectivity Technology : USB
Continuous Shooting Speed : 30 fps
Special Feature : Live View
Skill Level : Professional
Form Factor : Compact
Hardware Interface : Lightning
JPEG quality level : Fine
Viewfinder Type : external viewfinder, Electronic
Display Fixture Type : Fixed
Item Dimensions LxWxH : 1.92 x 1 x 2.65 inches
Item Weight : 3.2 Ounces
Maximum Aperture : 1.8 f
Minimum Aperture : 1.8
Zoom Type : fixed
Expanded ISO Minimum : 100
Metering Description : Mutli
Battery Description : Integrated Lithium Ion
Wireless Communication Technology : Wi-Fi
Flash Memory Type : Micro SD
Water Resistance Level : Not Water Resistant
GPS : location capture
Max Shutter Speed : 15 seconds
Min Shutter Speed : 8000 seconds
Software Included : TRUE
Camera Lens Description : 32mm 1:1.8
Specification Met : ISO
Touch Screen Type : Capacitive
Compatible Devices : iPhone, iPad
Self Timer Duration : 10

dxo one 20 2mp digital connected camera for iphone and ipad with wi fi discontinued by manufacturer
dxo one 20 2mp digital connected camera for iphone and ipad with wi fi discontinued by manufacturer
dxo one 20 2mp digital connected camera for iphone and ipad with wi fi discontinued by manufacturer
dxo one 20 2mp digital connected camera for iphone and ipad with wi fi discontinued by manufacturer
dxo one 20 2mp digital connected camera for iphone and ipad with wi fi discontinued by manufacturer

DxO ONE 20.2MP Digital Connected Camera for iPhone and iPad with Wi-Fi (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

  • You might be interested in this camera if you have ever wanted to take better pictures with your iPhone by having complete control of things like aperture, shutter speed and ISO. Right now, I think this is as close as you can get, however, there are few considerations:1) This won\'t replace a DSLR2) You need a case with a wide open bottom (DXO has a list of compatible cases in their website. I personally use the EVUTEC Karbon S)3) Fixed lens, just like the iPhone, so you can\'t zoom. But you do get a lot more pixels.4) If you only want to use Auto Mode, it might be better idea to buy a capable point and shoot for a lot less with faster autofocus.Why did I buy it?The three most important factors for me were: portability, low light performance, and control. The DXO One is amazing at all three.* Portability: The One fits in my pocket, so I take it with me everywhere.* Low-light performance: A whole new world of possibilities have opened up to me.* Controls: You get Program Mode, Aperture Priority, Shutter Speed Priority, Manual Mode, and the common scene modes for casual shooting.Added benefits (Your mileage may vary):* Raw files. * You get a copy of DXO OpticsPro Elite and DXO Film Pack 5 Elite for free. I didn\'t own post processing software so this added a huge amount of value. OpticsPro alone costs $199.00* The iOS app is wonderful. I don\'t care how intuitive the button layout is in your camera, or how nice your LCD panel is, I absolutely love to control the DXO One with my iPhone screen and see the changes in real-time.* DXO support. Seriously, they are always ready to help if you have questions, and they have a lot of resources like videos and the user manual online. You\'ll appreciate this if you have ever looked at a DSLR manual.* Instant firmware updates through the iOS app.* You get a JPEG that you can share instantly with your friends. In the last party I went to, everyone wanted me to take their picture and send it to them. 5 seconds later the photos were on their phone and they uploaded them to Facebook.* Electronic image stabilization for video. I have 6S without OIS and there is a huge difference when you need steady video.* Beautiful portraits even if you just use Portrait Mode. Everyone loves the blurry \'bokeh\' effect. You can\'t get that with just the iPhone.* You can use it without the phone.* You\'ll start learning more about photography as you\'ll want to explore the limits of this little camera.Avoid at all costs if...You should avoid buying this camera if you only own flawless technology or can\'t be bothered to learn something new. The camera locked up once and I had to reset it. I also once had to quit the iOS app and re-opened it so the manual focus (Introduced in the 1.2 firmware update) would work. If the camera shuts off because you are not using it while still plugged into the phone, you need to cover the lens and lower the cover again to turn it on (very unintuitive the first few times). If all the photos you take are landscapes, the iPhone will be more than enough. But perhaps worst of all, you still need to know composition, etc, if you want to take better pictures.If you are concerned about the camera heating up, they addressed this with the 1.2 firmware update. I got it after the update, and I have not experienced this. If you are going to take a lot of pictures, get a credit card-sized Amazon Basics power bank for $3 and take it with you. For everyday use, you are not likely to need it.Final thoughtsYour iPhone, paired with the DXO One and some wide angle and macro lens from Moment or Photojojo Iris and you will have a lot of flexibility and fun. I\'m now waiting on my new tripod to arrive and try long exposure. Get a quality tripod mount as well, I recommend the Shoulderpod S1. I\'m very happy I got this camera and I would definitely recommend it.
  • I LOVE this camera. There. I said it.Update DEC 10: DxO added a new firmware update to both the camera and software. It\'s the first major update. I haven\'t gone over the fixes and improvements, but I can happily say that this camera no longer lags after taking shots! This was my biggest dislike about using the camera. I can\'t tell you how happy I am about that. I\'ll have to look over the update notes to see the entire list of improvements. Very happy. I\'ve added 3 new photos from a trip to New Orleans a couple days ago.When I first read about the DxO ONE a while back (before pre-orders), I hated on it. Fiercely. I am a photographer for approx 25 years, both a hobbyist and a professional. Both film and digital. Photography runs in my veins. When I initially read about the DxO ONE, I thought it was going to be a disaster. It\'s shape was odd. It only works with the iPhone (and it\'s current charging/docking port). It looks like it will fit weird. You need an app to make it work. The list goes on and on. BUT, there has always been a soft spot in my photographers brain for small, easy to use cameras that take great photos. Boutique Point and shoots in particular. I love them because not only do high end P&S cameras take great photos and allow manual control when needed, they are usually rugged and of high quality. So, that part of me said give the DxO a chance. On paper, it may be a good fit for me despite all of the quarks. As months crept up on the pre-order, I gradually had less hate and became more interested in what the DxO could offer me as a potentially great travel camera. Despite all the early reviews, I came to have an open mind about it and eventually caved in and pre ordered the darn thing. Fast forward a little over a month. This camera is now an essential part of my life.I can\'t begin to tell you how essential this camera has become for me. Most of my photos now days are based on sharing my experiences with family and friends via social media. It\'s a pleasure to do this using great photography. No more do I have to rely on mediocre phone camera shots and hope to edit them so that they are somewhat presentable. The DxO ONE takes amazing jpegs right out of the camera. An added bonus is the RAW files are an added bonus. Nothing this small that I know of can take such high quality RAW images. It\'s a real treat. Add some great photo editing apps on the phone such as VSCO, and you have a digital dark room on the go. It truly is a joy to use.I\'ve been on a journey to find a tiny camera that takes phenomenal photos. Some folks have argued that the Sony QX10/100 \'slip on\' cameras are as good or better. They ARE NOT. I\'ve used them. The wireless is slow and buggy, and the darn size of them are way to big and odd shaped to be considered portable. It\'s like carrying around a prime lens in your pocket for crying out loud. Sure, the DxO ONE isn\'t perfect, but despite it\'s quarks and bugs (freezing up at times, slow transfer times of photos to the phone), the DxO ONE is my top pick for leaving both the DSLR and P&S cameras at home. This tiny thing that can deliver photos just as good if you\'re okay with a set focal length. I absolutely love it. I can\'t wait to see what DxO has in store for it\'s successor!

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