Depth of Field 7
Download size1 MB
- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- data services
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (2)
English English (United States)
Depth of field calculator. Please note this app does not take or manipulate pictures using your phone. It is meant as a tool for DSLR owners. Latest update: Added support for new cameras such as Nikon D800, D4, Canon 5DmkIII and others. Changed Canon models to reflect local brands like rebel and kiss. Fixed bug with state restoration from suspended mode. -smart visual sliders for f/stop, distance and focal length. -sync hyperfocal or infinity focus distance with one touch -full, half, and thirds f/stop scales. -manual entry of arbitrary distance, f/stop, c.o.c, and focal length. -real time calculation engine (no calculate button to push). -remembers your settings used on the last calculation (good for when you use it next time). -extensive camera wizard for finding out camera's c.o.c values. -support for film and cinematography formats. -full support for windows phone white and black themes and accent colors. -saves and restores calculation settings from phone locked screen and from back button. -support for metric and imperial unit system. -automatic unit converter: Enter subject distance in cm, m, in, ft and automatically convert to any other unit. -free trial without time limits.
11/14/2014Really fantastic. Works great and is the perfect way to get a better understanding between the relationship between aperture, focus distance, and focal length. Love it!
9/28/2014This is pretty helpful! Thanks! If you don't understand what an f/stop is, then this app is useless to you.
9/15/2014Worthless... Doesn't run the calculations right, doesn't even have the canon 6D on it. If you want to be a photographer just learn how to use your camera, don't waste your money on this app
7/15/2014Ik snap niet wat je moet doen :'(
5/25/2014Perfect, an easy UI, and appears to be accurate. With respect, the reviewer complaining about the DOF of a smaller sensor being wrong vs. a full frame has forgotten about pixel density. Accurate, and thanks for the gift!
4/14/2014Shows that full frame sensors have wider DOF than small frame sensors. This NOT true! Support email does not work; I just get a bounce back message
4/7/2014من که نفهمیدم چکار میکنه!
8/1/2013Great job. It would be nice if the depth of field units could be different than the distance units. For example, .02 feet would be .24 inches.