DxO One turns your iPhone into a DSLR camera for some stunning photography

DxO One for iPhone

You want your iPhone to shoot flawless photos but can’t accept the fact that it has its limitations when you compare it to a DSLR camera. This is where you need an accessory that can shoot DSLR quality photographs, so that your memories are as good as real when you check them out 10 years down the line. Guys, this is DxO One accessory for your iPhone that is probably the best in its class when it comes to shooting high quality photos from your Apple smartphone. And stay rest-assured that it will click the most amazing panoramas, selfies and wide angle photos and videos that you’ll simply watch over and over again.

DxO One for iPhone

Claimed as the world’s smallest 1-inch sensor camera, this compact accessory packs a 20.2 megapixel sensor. Now don’t you think I’m joking about that one. Yes, this camera provides 32mm wide focal length, good enough to rival any basic DSLR camera. The features don’t stop there, this camera has ISO ranging from 100 to 51,200 and shutter exposure length of 15-seconds. The best one being, ability to shoot in RAW format which gives photographers even more reasons to go for this accessory.

DxO One is equipped with hardware and software to make photography like a dream on your iPhone

DxO One can shoot videos too in 1080p at 30fps or 720p at 120fps making it one hell of a camera that iPhone users will find hard to resist. Talking about the image processing capabilities, well you can trust it blindly since DxOMark has been around in the industry for a long time now and is well known for its mobile image quality standards.

The iPhone accessory is going to be shipped in September 2015 and pre-orders start right now. The price, well it will pinch a little at $599, but also consider the possibilities it gives amateur photographers to fully exploit their Apple iPhone.

DxO One for iPhone

DxO One for iPhone

Via: MacWorld



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