Turn your iPhone’s Retina display into a bright, beautiful viewfinder. Once the DxO ONE is connected, the DxO ONE iOS app launches automatically and allows you to adjust all of your camera settings. Enjoy the same level of control provided by a DSLR, with the added benefit of simplicity, mobility, and fast performance.
The DxO ONE iOS app offers photo and video settings that are accessible to experts and amateurs alike. Tap the screen to select your desired shooting mode, exposure, and focus. Scroll and adjust the aperture, shutter speed, and ISO settings with the touch of a finger.
Choose from a variety of different shooting modes, including Program, Aperture Priority, Speed Priority, and Manual. Using the Scene modes, you can instantly set your DxO ONE to take impressive portrait, landscape, and sports photos automatically, providing you with complete and precise control over your images.
(NEW) Wi-Fi remote control
By using a wireless connection, you can control your DxO ONE remotely without losing access to any of its capture settings, and seamlessly transfer your photos and videos to your iPhone. In house or in office, you can immediately tap into an existing Wi-Fi network, a DxO exclusive. And when traveling about, your DxO ONE can just as easily create a direct connection* to your iPhone.
Your photos where you want them
Take high-quality photos and instantly share them with your friends and family via your iPhone on Facebook®, Instagram®, Twitter®, and every other service supported by iOS. If your iCloud Photo Library is enabled, your DxO ONE photos will be automatically synced across all your Apple devices.
New iOS app features
The DxO ONE receives regular software updates. Starting this fall, enjoy a new series of innovative features
Improved battery charge indicator*The battery indicator shows more reliable levels when charging the battery, especially when charging with a computer.
Faster application startupThe iOS application now starts instantaneously in virtually any situation, for faster shooting.
Exposure indicator in standalone mode*The framing assistant in standalone mode now has an exposure indicator that allows users to verify the brightness of their photos before shooting.
More economical autofocus in standalone mode*In standalone mode, Auto photo mode now uses AF-OD (“On Demand”) autofocus, which is more energy efficient.
Displaying video metadataWhen viewing a video, swipe down to view the corresponding metadata (date and time, duration, frames per second, quality, etc.).
Interrupting Wi-Fi reconnection in standalone mode*Swipe the device screen to the left or right to interrupt an attempt to reconnect to Wi-Fi and to use the ONE immediately in standalone mode.