Many of us use their mobile phone as their primary camera, but Dxo tries to combine the advantages of the phone with a compact camera’s better image quality.
The primary benefit of mobile phone camera is that we always have it with us and that it is connected, so you can easily share the pictures and videos you take. The downside is of course that the picture quality can’t compete with real cameras, but it is here that Dxo comes into the picture. The small camera Dxo One plug in the bottom of the Iphone or Ipad, directly through lightningkontakten and then you will get a prompt to download the app if you have not already done this. App is launched automatically when you connect the camera, and it’s the app that you use all the settings and to see what you actually take the card on because the camera itself do not have a viewfinder.
The images from the Dxo One would be better than the ones I can take with the Iphone I counted cold with, for it is the Foundation of the entire product’s existence. Perhaps the more important question, especially considering that the camera costs approximately as an entire Iphone, is how it can compete with the perhaps more relevant competitor – an ordinary compact camera. The pictures you take, even in normal auto mode, is extremely far better than you can get with the built-in camera of the Iphone. DxO One has no Flash, but can use the photo light and even without the photo light, the camera is very much better than Iphonekameran in a worse light. In addition, the images nicely light with blur where you want it and then we have not even started to look at the more advanced manual settings. On the minus side, you have to point out that this accessory camera impossible can be as easy as having the camera integrated in the phone.
The app will start not always directly attaching a camera in the bottom of the phone and sometimes forced me to take out and put in the camera once more before the app comes to life. Physically, so does your camera so that you pull away the lens cover in order for it to go out of its hibernation as the otherwise. Then it will take about three seconds before the camera is ready for a picture. You can take pictures with camera disconnected from the phone, but to connect it to your phone, drag up the lens cover an additional piece to the naked lightningkontakten which then folds out. With the camera connected to the bottom of the phone becomes the ergonomics is hardly exceptional, but it works and even though the combination feels unstable so sit the camera around and showing no tendencies to come off. When you then disconnect the camera you have to unplug it first, then release the contact by dragging up the lens cover to the max before you fold in plug so it is protected. This is a bit unwieldy, but once learned.
Used even without phone
I find that I often when I use the camera does it without the phone plugged in because it makes it much faster, the camera is ready to take a picture. The camera becomes an adjunct to the camera in your phone that way. Yet it adds the link to your phone a lot when I use it.The contact between the phone and the camera can rotate so that you have the screen as a viewfinder when taking pictures in a little more odd position.
You can customize the settings, but when I take pictures, so I’ve decided that all images should be saved at both the phone’s internal memory and on the memory card i inserted the Dxo One. If you want to, you can choose to have the images just saved on the memory card, not to take up unnecessary space on your phone. Would you be able to share your images, you must save them in the phone, however, for it is only when they are available for other apps. The pictures you have taken with the camera separately, but have it plugged in to the phone are saved on the memory card and all memory card images, you can see via the Dxo-app when the camera is connected to the phone.
Experiment with settings
We quickly found that the pictures in auto mode is significantly better than the ones you can take with the Iphone, but to take advantage of all the potential in the Dxo One, of course, experiment with using raw mode and manual settings. For example, we can set the manual focus centimeters centimeters and experiment our way with shutter speed, Aperture and so on. It is one thing to shoot in auto mode, but I don’t feel that the camera requires deep technical photography skills even in manual mode. You therefore need not be a professional photographer to have benefit and enjoyment of the features offered. During the test, so they released an updated version of the app, and it meant that a whole range of new functions were added for the camera. We still notice some minor bugs, but it released updates shows that the manufacturer is committed and seem to continue working not just bug fixes but to give the camera even more features to come.
The camera takes very little space and undoubtedly fits well in the same Pocket as your Iphone already is. That in this way utilize the phone’s screen as the viewfinder is smart and the link to your phone allows you to share images directly, which ordinary compact cameras hardly offer.
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