DxO One Camera Attaches to Your iPhone, Takes 20.2MP RAW Photos

DxO One Camera Attaches to Your iPhone, Takes 20.2MP RAW Photos

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DxO has introduced the DxO ONE, a compact camera that connects to your iPhone or iPad and delivers DSLR quality photos.

At 3.8 oz (108 g) and 2.65” (6.9 cm) tall, the DxO ONE is so small that it easily fits in a pocket, yet it features an ultra-high quality f/1.8, 32mm equivalent aspherical lens with a variable 6- blade iris and a 1-inch 20.2MP CMOS BSI sensor capable of capturing high-resolution images even in very low light.

DxO One Camera Attaches to Your iPhone, Takes 20.2MP RAW Photos

Made of high-grade aluminum, the DxO ONE has been engineered with the iPhone and iPad in mind. It attaches via the Lightning connector, turning the iPhone's display into the camera's viewfinder. It can also swivel ±60° for greater flexibility.

The DxO ONE achieves a DxOMark Sensor Score of 70, and up to 85 when using the SuperRAW technology (described below), on par with full frame DSLRs and dramatically higher than any smartphone. DxOMark is the industry-standard protocol for camera and lens image quality assessment, used throughout the camera industry and photography press.

DxO One Camera Attaches to Your iPhone, Takes 20.2MP RAW Photos

“The image quality of the DxO ONE is stunning,” said Jerome Meniere, CEO and founder of DxO. “It’s possible to shoot crystal-clear images under moonlight, which is incredible for a camera this small. The shallow depth of field and bokeh of the lens at f/1.8 is absolutely perfect for portrait photography.”

A free iOS app enables control of the individual settings on the DxO ONE camera, including aperture (from f/1.8 to f/11), shutter speed (from 15s to 1/8000s), and ISO (from 100 to 51200). In addition to an Auto mode, the DxO ONE app offers various capture modes, including multiple Scene modes, Speed, Aperture Priority, or full Manual mode – and the camera interface automatically adapts to the selected mode for a unique user experience. The DxO ONE also records video at 1080p/30fps or 720p/120fps.

DxO One Camera Attaches to Your iPhone, Takes 20.2MP RAW Photos

In addition to the built-in microSD memory card, photos or video can be automatically stored in the iOS camera roll, where they are immediately displayed on the iPhone’s or iPad’s beautiful high-resolution screen, and can be instantly shared to Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, leveraging the iPhone’s natural connectivity.

By default, the DxO ONE automatically keeps the valuable high-dynamic RAW ‘digital negative’ files, enabling post-production editing flexibility in RAW conversion programs like DxO OpticsPro and Adobe Lightroom. For the ultimate in noise-free image quality – even in very low light – users can choose to capture images in DxO’s new SuperRAW format. A SuperRAW file is the result of 4 RAW frames captured in quick succession. When the DxO ONE camera is connected to a Mac or PC, the DxO Connect companion software automatically merges the four images together using the very latest in spatial and temporal noise reduction.

DxO One Camera Attaches to Your iPhone, Takes 20.2MP RAW Photos

“The DxO ONE leverages all of the imaging technologies that we’ve been perfecting for well over a decade,” explained Frederic Guichard, DxO’s Chief Image Scientist. “It brings together mobile imaging miniaturization technologies with a large 1-inch sensor and state-of-the-art software image processing.”

“Being image lovers at DxO, we have built the camera we dreamed of for ourselves and could not find anywhere else: uncompromised image quality always available in our pocket,” concluded Jerome Meniere, CEO and founder of DxO. “We believe that, as the first truly connected camera, the DxO ONE opens a completely new era in digital imaging and we can’t wait to see what incredible images photographers around the world will be able to create with it.”

DxO One Camera Attaches to Your iPhone, Takes 20.2MP RAW Photos

Pricing & Availability
In the US, the DxO ONE can be pre-ordered today from www.dxo.com, with shipments planned to begin in September. Pre-order and availability dates for other countries are available on DxO’s website.

The DxO ONE is offered at a price of $599. For a limited time, the DxO ONE comes with free licenses of two award-winning RAW image processing software, DxO OpticsPro (ELITE Edition, sold separately for $199), and DxO FilmPack (ELITE Edition, sold separately for $129), which digitally reproduces the look and feel of analog films.

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DxO One Camera Attaches to Your iPhone, Takes 20.2MP RAW Photos
PaladinLV - June 19, 2015 at 5:02pm
3X the price of the Sony QX10 and no zoom? PASS!
What's the point of adding a bulky cam? - June 19, 2015 at 12:41pm
i see no point of it! My iPhone 6 plus photos look sharper like a movie camera did it! I'd rather wait for the dual lens on iPhone 6s.
Anonymous - June 19, 2015 at 5:39am
this is way too expensive
Ken - June 19, 2015 at 12:10am
Where's the xenon flash? Not cool!
Jayyy - June 18, 2015 at 9:53pm
I rather buy a nikon d3200 for $450 then this bullshit for $600..
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