See The Tiny Camera that Turns Your iPhone Into a Lens-Style Shooter

See The Tiny Camera that Turns Your iPhone Into a Lens-Style Shooter
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 Most of you guys would like to see what makes your Iphone more extra ordinary, well look no further and read the article.
While the company has never released a camera before, DxO Labs has been making valuable photography tools for years. Its image-processing software is embedded in millions of cameras made by other manufacturers, and its desktop software for fixing and enhancing images is quite popular. DxO also lab-tests and rates practically every image sensor and lens on the market.

Now the company has a camera of its own, one that’s been two years in the making. It’s called the DxO One, and it’s built around the same 1-inch-type sensor Sony uses in the RX100 Mark III. (That alone is a great start.) It also has an F1.8 lens, manual exposure controls, a top shutter speed of 1/8000 of a second, and a few RAW-shooting modes.
But this is not your average premium point-and-shoot camera: It’s meant to be used while attached to your phone. It’s less than three inches tall, weighs about four ounces, and slips into a breast pocket with ease.
Like the Sony QX and Olympus Air lens cameras, the DxO One is meant to capture much better photos than your phone, then put those photos on your device for easy sharing and archiving. You can use it as a standalone camera, but you’d be shooting blind—there’s no viewfinder on the camera itself, just a little screen that displays what mode it’s in. Unlike the Sony and Olympus devices, the DxO One is a lot more pocketable. It may be a bit more versatile, too—as long as you have an iPhone or iPad.
The One has a little Lightning connector on a swivel on its side, which means it’s only compatible with iOS devices that have that plug; there’s no Wi-Fi connectivity on board. Once you connect it to an iPhone, the camera’s software launches on the phone, and the screen turns into a live viewfinder and control center. According to DxO, using a hard connection to the iPhone or iPad results in file transfers and response times that are up to 10 times faster than they’d be with Wi-Fi.
Thanks to the swivel mount, you can twist the phone 60 degrees in either direction to help with high-angle, low-angle, and selfie shots, and the photos you shoot with the camera are automatically saved to your phone’s photo roll. The camera also has a MicroSD slot for storing images, and it automatically saves its 1080p/30 and 720p/120 videos to the card.
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