Calculate the ideal Depth of field with three simple sliders for distance, aperture, and lens. Got your perfect settings? Great! Now save it for future projects, ready to be loaded any time you need it.
Once you select your gear from an extensive list of modern and vintage cameras, all you have to do is pick your distance, aperture, and lens from the 3 sliders. All the calculations you need to set up that perfect shot are instantly available as you slide the values. A simple and minimal interface helps you focus on fine-tuning your settings one-handed. Your thumb is in the sweet spot of the screen where you can move the sliders with precision and ease.
Whether you prefer metric or imperial DOF has you covered. There are settings for distance measurements in meters or feet. Aperture range starts from f/0.5 up to f/64 with or without hard stops. Focal length extends for super wide angle lenses from 3 mm all the way to 1200 mm telephoto. The distance scale starts from 0.01 meters up to 9000 meters.
Cameras are plentiful. DOF features hundreds of camera models from Sony, Nikon, Canon, Fujifilm, Kodak, Konica, Leica, Minolta, Olympus, Panasonic, Pentax, Ricoh, Samsung, Sigma as well as Hasselblad, Leaf, Phase One and Mamiya. Larger film formats include 6x4.5, 6x6, 6x7, 6x9, 4x5, 5x7, 8x10 and cinematographic formats like Super 16, Super 35 are also available. Plus a full list of Circle of Confusion values.
The app offers plenty of customization with options that include extending the distance slider for macro, telephoto, and superzoom distances, haptic feedback, aperture hard stops.
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Ratings and Reviews
So promising, but so annoying
This app looks so promising: I really like the minimalist, elegant, UI. All the other DoF apps that I’ve seen apparently have UI’s designed a decade ago. Just horrible. This is a comparably elegant UI.
All that having been said, while the iPhone app seems to work OK, the iPad rendition is seriously flawed:
Bottom line, it’s super annoying that this pro version doesn’t support landscape mode on iPad. So, I’m sitting here with my iPad in landscape mode because it’s attached to my keyboard cover. But this app only works in portrait mode, so the screen is rotated 90 degrees. Lol.
It’s super annoying that this app expects me to have to disconnect the keyboard cover in order to use it. What’s worse is that the non-pro version of this supports landscape mode, but not this “pro” version. But the non-pro version of this app has a bug where you can’t see the f-stop, distance, and focal length values if your device is in dark mode, rendering it practically useless, if you use dark mode.
And if we could fix these issues, it would be really nice if it could show fractions (or decimal points) of inches. When working with shallow depths of field of nearby subjects, showing just to the nearest inch isn’t really enough. I’m trying to figure out the DoF differences in 85mm 1.4 vs 1.8, and to the nearest inch just doesn’t cut it.
So, thanks for a nice looking app, but these are fairly fundamental flaws/limitations. It would be great if you could take a look at it.
Can’t change the camera and sensor
Just a blank page when I set the camera & sensor even can’t see anything when I search. How can I do it?
Developer Response ,
Hi, could you write to us the exact sequence where you encounter the problems from the feedback section in the settings panel of the app. We’ll sort it out for you. Thanks.
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- APPSELENT MOBILE SRL
- 52.4 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 10.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
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