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DXO-One ergonomics


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Interesting concept which reminds me of the Nikpn Coolpix 995

On the DXO One you hold the 'camera'  by the lens housing then orient

the 'swiveling' screen toward your eye (like on all D cameras),

whereas on the Nikon you firmly hold the camera by the screen

(never loosing eye nor hand contact with the machine),

then orient the lens housing. toward the subject;

Which method is best for you?

One question remains, how sturdy is the USB link between the lens housing and the iPhone?

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reminds me of the Nikpn Coolpix 995... Which method is best for you?

​these picts should help you answer my first question.

Note: For cinematographers who want to use the DxOne on 'mission critical' jobs,

DxO will certainly design an intermediate attachment to positively

lock the lens housing to the iPhone.

 

 

DxOne holding by the lens.jpg

DxOne vs Nikon 995 ergo.jpg

DxOne connection to iphone.jpg

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In the first picture. If you grab on to it like that, won't the finger cover the image? :P

that is the reason why the Nikon way of handling an "articulated twin element camera''

by the control screen housing  is more natural and fool proof.

This said (reading DPReview), the performances of this incredibly light and tiny HD camera

are unique

http://***URL removed***/articles/5778413776/dxo-one-the-world-s-first-truly-connected-camera

I can easily believe thet the convolution of the Sony BSI sensor with the DXO color science expertise

delivers skin tones of still unseen perfection.

 

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