DxO ONE Changes iPhone Into A DSLR With RAW Support

Searching for a method to improve your already-capable iPhone electronic camera even further? Look no further than the DxO ONE – – a cam attachment device for the iPhone that will certainly provide you DSLR quality pictures right on your smartphone.

The DxO ONE comes from the renowned DxO Labs – – a reputed name in the photography industry – – and will link with your iPhone thanks to the Lightning port and a companion app. Your iPhone will certainly act as the viewfinder whilst using the DxO ONE’s effective lens to capture images. Mentioning lens, the ONE is a no-holds disallowed type of affair, with a 1-inch 20.2-megapixel CMOS sensor with backside illumination, f1.8-11 aperture, and focal length of 32mm in 35mm comparable terms.

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DxO ONE itself is constructed of aluminum and swivels 60-degrees, enabling perfect positioning for virtually any sort of shot.

On the software side, DxO claims that the ONE has the ability to hold its own against any mid-level DSLR video camera, thanks to a software trick called SuperRAW mode. In SuperRAW, the electronic camera will certainly catch 4 superimposed RAW images in fast succession and will certainly stitch them together to produce a strikingly excellent output. This very same idea applies to videos as well, with the cam efficient in shooting 1080p in 30fps setting.

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For storage, ONE shops images to the on-board micorSD card, or to the attached iPhone directly, however that may take longer than normal.

The DxO ONE costs $ 599, and will certainly ship no sooner than September this year. It is available for pre-order in the UK today where it will cost GBP500.


If the ONE noises very familiar, that’s due to the fact that the idea is absolutely nothing brand-new. While casual photography attachments for all sort of smartphones have actually existed for a long, very long time, Sony upped the video game with its QX10 and QX100 cams a couple of years back. And after that, with the QX1 from the Japanese business – – which can basically take any E-mount lenses, consisting of expert DSLR ones – – smartphone photography isn’t really the same any longer. DxO is intending to record a market that is currently specific niche, and with limiting their item to just the iPhone, we will certainly have to review the actual product to see if it really falls under the length of its claims.

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