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DxO One: The practical daily smart camera of iPhone

dddDxO Labs formerly known as camera quality testing company. But now they are expanding their wings with the release of DxO One, an extra camera for the iPhone that is claimed to have a similar quality of a DSLR. DxO One has the size of a clenched hand, but has a 1 inch BSI CMOS sensor with a resolution of 20.2 megapixels. In front, there is a lens 32 mm f / 1.8 with 6 blades diaphragm.

That mini size (6.9 mm high with a weight of 108 grams) can be achieved because the camera does not have a main LCD to view photos that will be and have been photographed and for that reason, DxO One is equipped with a Lightning connector to connect with the iPhone or iPad, Once connected to iOS device and download the application, users can perform a variety of camera settings, such as aperture, shutter speed, ISO, and various shooting modes. A variety of shooting modes tallow users to experiment at every moment.

DxOMark also tested the sensor in this camera and claimed DxO One got a score of 70. The score is made DxO One equivalent of full frame DSLR cameras, and much higher than the scores achieved by any mobile phone camera. In fact, if SuperRAW mode is activated, the score could reach 85. In this mode the camera will take four RAW images at once, and sewed them into a picture with a higher quality. The video mode is the complete video mode at a resolution of 1080p DxO One can record video at 30 fps. If lowered to 720, the maximum fps can be achieved is 120 fps. Photos and videos produced can be saved to the microSD or internal storage devices connected. MicroSD slot allows users to store the captured images without complying internal memory. With these strengths, DxO One is able to support the practical day-to-day use of the camera.

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