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Angle of View 1.0 for iOS makes sense out of sensor sizes, focal lengths

Angle of View 1.0 for iOS makes sense out of sensor sizes, focal lengths

Portland based Physical Software today introduces Angle of View 1.0, its new field-of-view calculator and sensor size database app for iOS. Targeted at amateur and professional photographers, directors of photography, students, teachers, or anyone who uses cameras on a regular basis, Angle of View enables quick, one-handed operation, making it easy to determine field-of-view angles and distances, and to determine the equivalent millimeters between five customizable sensor sizes simultaneously.

IsoSketch - Drawing on the iPad has a fresh new angle

IsoSketch – Drawing on the iPad has a fresh new angle

Design and iOS development collaboration, Pixelrevision and Theory of Everything today introduce IsoSketch 1.0, a unique and powerful drawing application for the iPad. Featuring an elegant, simple, and intuitive interface, with IsoSketch you draw on an angled isometric grid, easily creating beautifully precise geometric artwork for design, illustration, and more. Vector export via email lets you edit your creations with your favorite desktop vector editing applications without needing to sync.

Viewfinder Cine 1.0.3 Brings Wide Angle Capability to iPhone Users

Viewfinder Cine 1.0.3 Brings Wide Angle Capability to iPhone Users

Pomaz, Hungary – Announcing that DIRE Studio, the developer of Viewfinder Cine, has released the latest update for iPhone users. This photography app is the only one of its kind to integrate auto-focus, auto-exposure, and wide angle capability in an easy to use format. Viewfinder Cine 1.0.3 combines the high tech features of a director’s viewfinder with the simplicity of a cardboard cutout, and brings it all to the iPhone with simple, gesture based controls. Whether a user shoots on film or digital media, this app has them covered. Viewfinder Cine 1.0.3 supports nearly every camera on the market, today, including generic cameras.
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