Thursday 30 October 2014

Photoxor C1 Version 1.33: Lightmeter Bug Fixed!

This is a maintenance release of Photoxor C1.

We fixed a bug in the lightmeter functionality, which caused a crash in some instances.

We also further improved the definition lists for cameras, filters, prints, primarily to avoid duplicated items. For rearranging of list items we introduced an icon for easier indication of this functionality.

Download the new version from Google Play now, it's free!

Thursday 23 October 2014

Photoxor C1 Version 1.32: Improved Definition Screens

Another improvement to Photoxor C1, the photography calculation tool with GPS tracking.
Download the new version from Google Play now, it's free!

It got easier to work with the lists for Cameras, Filters and Prints!

  • With a quick drag you rearrange the order of items, for example to present the mostly used ones on top of the list.
  • Export your definitions to an XML file; share with other Photoxor C1 users.
  • Import definitions from an XML file.
  • Delete a definition with a quick 'swipe out' to keep only definitions you use regularly (you could export the full list, just in case you need a definition later).
  • In case you deleted a definition by accident, the archive allows you to restore.
    Please note, that the archive is cleared when the application is ended and also when the definition list is replaced (either from Import or Reset to default values).

Thursday 16 October 2014

Photoxor C1 - Lower Prices for In-App Purchases!

Get some of the Photoxor C1 additional features to extend application capabilities now. We just reduced pricing for some of the in-app purchases!

Photoxor C1 Version 1.31 Available now with CoC Calculation Screen

Photoxor C1 Version 1.31 is now available for download from Google Play

The new CoC calculation screen allows the selection of camera and print specification. It determines the required sensor CoC and print resolution (DPI) depending on the anticipated minimum viewing distance.

Tuesday 7 October 2014

How To: Calculate Exposure for 'Black Glass' Filter

You would like to capture long exposure photographs in daylight? Then you need to significantly reduce the amount of light reaching your camera sensor. 'Black Glass' (BG) is a popular term for Neutral Density (ND) filters reducing the light by 10 stops, which means by a factor of 1000! Such filters are very, very dark and once attached to the lens of your DSLR you can't really see through, and in most cases the camera will be unable to focus or measure for exposure settings.

How to determine the camera exposure settings? This is where the Photoxor C1 filter calculator comes to help.

Sunday 5 October 2014

Photoxor Tracker V 1.0 available now

With Photoxor Tracker you are able to track and record you path, visualize the track together with your favorite locations on a map, and quickly see what's closest to you. Record audio notes to quickly store information on your way, take geotagged photographs with your device camera.