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|Resolution||1920 x 1080p: 30 fps
1280 x 720p: 120 fps
|Battery||Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery Pack|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||2.7 x 1.9 x 1.0" / 67.5 x 48.9 x 26.3 mm|
|Weight||3.81 oz / 108 g|
|Focus Range||: 7.87" (20 cm) - Infinity|
|Lens||EFL: 11.9mm (35 mm equivalent: 32mm)
Aperture: f/1.8 to f/11
|Memory Card Type||microSD
|Max Resolution||20.2 MP: 5406 x 3604|
|File Formats||Still Images: DNG, JPEG, RAW
Movies: H.264, MOV
|Sensor||1" (13.2 x 8.8 mm) CMOS|
|Shutter||15 - 1/8000 second|
|ISO Sensitivity||100-12800 (High Sensitivity Mode: 100-51200)|
|Exposure Metering||Center-weighted, Multi, Spot|
|Exposure Modes||Modes: Aperture Priority, Auto, Manual, Program, Shutter Priority|
|Connectivity||Micro-USB, USB 2.0|
Apple has done some pretty impressive things with its iPhone iSight camera, but it’s not for pros. Even with all the apps that seem to give you nominal control over aperture and shutter speed, photography nerds want something more.
The DxO One is a pocket-sized camera module for the Apple iPhone or iPad that offers a one-inch sensor with 20MP resolution and a fixed focal length of 32mm (35mm film equivalent). The camera uses the iPhone and an app as both the control center and electronic viewfinder.
No matter how good it is, every third-party iPhone lens faces the same reality: It just doesn't take images as good as the ones from a real camera. The DxO One is the perfect compromise for people who want to get better pictures but don't want to be weighed down by a lot of gear.
Compact and portable, Great images for the size, Full manual controls, Can use without phone
Expensive, No lens hood, Somewhat flimsy connector
Although we love the concept, software, convenience, and results of the DxO One, it’s relatively expensive, considering some of the restrictions, i.e. iOS only. For the same price, you can get the original RX100 with a 3x Zeiss optical zoom lens and even greater camera controls, or a Canon PowerShot...
The acid test for a product like this is how much you use it. During my time with the DXO One, I found it more of a chore than a pleasure to use. It’s simply too fiddly to use conveniently, the iPhone typically produces better-exposed images with more dynamic range (unedited), and it’s disappointing...
An effective, if a little slow and fiddly, way to upgrade your phone’s camera quality.
Small, Good image quality, Solid app
Exposure often needs a tweak, Fiddly to use, Unimpressive AF and shooting performance
The DxO One is the first truly new concept in camera design since, well, smartphone cameras got good enough to take photos someone else might want to see. It's also a Marmite product - there are many reasons to hate it, but if what it does appeals, you're going to absolutely love it.
The DxO ONE is a unique product that packs a decent sized sensor into a tiny camera body. The camera produces bright colourful images, even when working with scene modes and is easy to use. Noise is a concern at higher levels but Auto and low ISO levels do produce pleasing results.
Tiny body, big sensor, Easy to use, Captures RAW images, Unique piece of tech
Poor grip / handling, Price could be considered expensive, No tripod socket, Short battery life
The DxO One is an innovative add-on camera for iPhones, designed to boost the quality of the shots you take with your device, but it's plagued by too many issues to recommend.
Very small. 1-inch image sensor. Wide aperture f/1.8 lens. Sharp images. Innovative concept.
Overheats. Short battery life. SuperRAW processing requires a lot of CPU time. Questionable connection design. Inconsistent focus speed. Expensive. Only compatible with iOS devices.
If you want an iPhone accessory to help you take better images, this is a good option, provided you don't mind the extra bit of fiddling about to access the app compared to the quick route to the iPhone camera from a locked screen.
I love my camera. It takes great video and pictures. I am still playing with it but i love it up to this point. Pictures are crystal clear and so are the videos.
I love this camera. Easy to use, just a plug and you can take very HD pictures. I have to take pictures at night, as I organize public parties and I use DXO camera. The result is very good and I can publish the pictures.
A great quality camera in a pocket size. I'm very happy with DXO ONE and have sell all my other mobile camera solutions. The quality of the camera is great, and with it last gadgets release now you can add different filters to make it even better.
I've had the unit about a week now, the quality of the images are incredible for such a small camera plus easy to use and easy to carry. There is so much good about this camera but my only complaint is the extremely poor battery life. It's even worse than I anticipated.
I love it !! It s just amazing !!!!!
Dxo changes my way of seeing and sharing my photos! Thanks a lot! It is easy to use it anytime even for a 51 years old and blond lady! Just one thing to be improved the battery!
Have had this for over a year now and must say it is one of my everyday carry items. It has not gone one single day without being in my pocket (besides being out of my pocket for taking pictures - duh!). This not only takes amazing, beautiful pictures, it is a great conversation starter as well.
This has transformed much of my photography. I can carry around with me a very high quality camera with many of the attributes of my big DSLR. The image quality is extremely good, the controls available (aperture, shutter speed etc...
The DxO One camera creates excellent, sharp photos in a small package that is allowed inside the White House tours by the United States Secret Service. Larger cameras are not allowed any longer.
I have had my DXO for over a year now. I wanted a high quality camera that didn't take up much space and would take images in Raw format. I was also fed up with carrying huge cameras around when I was out at events, family days and just enjoying a day out or a holiday.