WhiteWall is giving away a DxO ONE Camera with over €500 worth of accessories that make the Smartphone into a true professional camera. Participation is easy: all orders of €100 or more placed between 1st-7th December 2016 will automatically be entered in the prize drawing. The small peripheral camera connects to an iPhone or iPad with one click. With the patented
Lightning connector, there’s no complicated installation. Simply download the app and the display will act as the camera viewfinder with all of the camera settings. Alternatively, the DxO ONE can be used independently as a standalone camera with its own battery and microSD port.
Made of top-notch materials such as aluminium, the DxO ONE has an elegant look and is extremely light, clocking in at 6.75 cm tall and a mere 108 grams. The OLED touchscreen is easy and intuitive to use. The rotating base can pivot up to 60 degrees in either direction, meaning the user can compose the shot and vary their angles. The two-stage shutter button and Framing Assistant are especially helpful features that can make it easy to take great photographs one-handed.
The 20.2 megapixel, 1 inch sense creates breathtaking photographs – even in low light. The images are saved in RAW format to maintain top quality. The latest software update, version 2.1, makes it possible to transfer the RAW files directly to the iOS Photos app, making it easy to do sophisticated image editing anywhere. In addition to the camera, the winner of the contest will receive a versatile stand to stabilize the DxO ONE on various surfaces. This makes it easy to take group selfies or astronomy photos. On top of that, there is a 30.5 mm adapter that accomodates various filters and optical accessories (standard screw-in, made of anodised aluminium). The high quality DxO ONE creates razor-sharp pictures – a revolutionary concept that makes it possible to create artistic smartphone photographs everyone.
Our magazine contains many more tips for smartphone photography. The participation rules for the prize drawing can be found here. Note: this drawing is not open to residents of Great Britain or the USA.