I find that's an issue: as a safety measure, Apple designed the Lightning connector to pull free of the phone when it's tugged just a little too hard. While it's tight enough that I dangled the phone without losing the camera, it never feels perfectly secure. There's a slot for a wrist strap if you're really worried, though. The connector mount can rotate 60 degrees forward and backward for up-high or waist-level shooting, or to help prop up the phone when it's sitting on a flat surface -- the iPhone 6 is the perfect propping-up size, while it takes some balancing skill to make it work with the iPhone 6 Plus.
When you connect the camera in the reverse orientation, it's ready for selfies, And while it works with an iPad, when you tilt it forward the corner of the iPad Air juts into the frame, Like the Sony and dynex - soft shell case for apple iphone 6, 6s, 7, and 8 - clear Olympus can-style cameras, you can use it detached from the device, However, since the One doesn't connect wirelessly, there's no viewfinder view and the photos don't transfer until you connect again, Shooting this way is hit-or-miss, though if you set it to manual focus at infinity it's a nice little camera for street shooting this way..
A small touchscreen status LCD on the back switches between still and video modes with a swipe. Below the LCD sits a covered compartment with the microSD slot and USB connector. There's also a pinhole reset switch, which came in handy when the camera froze on me. You can't pull the built-in battery to reset. The accompanying app offers full manual controls, including the ability to stop down the aperture from f1.8 to f11, though you'll find usual full auto and program scene modes as well. You can set shutter speeds from 15 seconds to 1/8,000 sec.
One thing to keep in mind is that no 1-inch sensor cameras even try to hit those two settings; they stop at ISO 12800, So if you need very low-light shots that will be viewed small, or need the shot more than you need it to be pristine, the One's are okay, But DxO actually stretches up there for use in conjunction with its SuperRaw format, While you get an in-camera JPEG when shooting in SuperRaw, when you connect the camera to a computer it transfers the proprietary .DXO files then processes them in software, creating another set of JPEGs with higher-quality noise reduction that requires full computing power to run, (Note to the space conscious: the .DXO files dynex - soft shell case for apple iphone 6, 6s, 7, and 8 - clear are 80MB.)..
The low-light results from SuperRaw processing look somewhat better than out-of-camera JPEGs from other cameras, but the default JPEGs look a little worse, as if the One doesn't have enough power to do as good a job as a standalone camera. The first great smartphone of 2015. Beautiful and bold..with complications. The new no-compromise MacBook. A stellar on-ear headphone. Crave-worthy curves for a premium price. The Good The DxO One's notable strengths include a well thought-out and attractive design and excellent photo quality on-par with its class.
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