Tuesday 10 June 2014

Photoxor C1 Introduction

Photoxor C1 is a photography tool for exposure and depth of field calculations.

Use the device camera based lightmeter to estimate an Exposure Value (EV) reading, determine camera settings and calculate adjustments needed for a (neutral density) filter.

The Depth of Field calculation shows the near and far limits of sharpness, and additionally provides a graphical visualisation of the level of sharpness and diffraction. The Circle of Confusion (CoC) is automatically calculated from the camera sensor size, but may be overridden with a custom value.
The Depth of Field calculation also allows specifying the range of sharpness (near and far limits) and calculates the needed camera settings.

Download the Android version now from Google Play
The key features are:
  • Aperture, time, ISOExposure calculations and Exposure Value (EV)
  • Lightmeter (using device camera)
  • ND filters and “Black Glass”
    alculation on how a ND filter light reductions affects exposure settings
  • Depth of Field calculations with graphical presentation of distance dependent sharpness level (CoC)
  • Depth of Field reverse calculationCamera settings are determined based on required near and far sharpness limits
  • Field of View calculationBoth dimensional and angularalso dimensional reverse calculation
  • Define own cameras and custom Circle of Confusion (CoC)
  • Define own filter characteristics (light reduction)
  • Set your stop system (full, ½, 1/3, ¼ stops)
  • Customize light wavelength for diffraction calculation (Airy Disk)
A number of in-app purchases are now available to further extend capabilities:
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  • High Precision: An essential feature for the serious photographer!Get your calculation outputs (depth of field, field of view) in high precision - configure between 2 and 8 significant digits results.
  • Filter Stack: Define multiple stacked (neutral density) filters and calculate the resulting effect.

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