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# Depth Of Field Calculator

## By Essence Computing

#### Description

Nearly 20,000 people can't be wrong. Yes, that's right twenty thousand people use this App. Since it was added to the App Store in 2010 I have added many new cameras and updated the functionality to what it is today. It is fully maintained. If your camera is not listed then just email me and I will add it.

Ever taken a picture and wished that either more of it had been in focus or the exact reverse and that less had been in focus? Of course you have I certainly have. But what settings on your camera give which results and what if you change one of those settings what is the Depth of Field then. You can calculate it all yourself but it is not easy. This App takes all of those problems and makes it easy to find the answers. Just type in the distance to the subject, the focal length being used and the f-stop and the App calculates the near and far distances of acceptable focus and therefore the depth of field. This is all shown on an easy to understand diagram.

An example is: You are trying to take a photo of a bee on a flower and all but the bee is to be out of focus. Set the distance of the subject to be 200 mm (20 cm, approx 8 inches), set the f-stop to be f/5.6 and set the focal length at 50 mm. The App calculates that the depth of field is 3.41 mm (0.3 cm, a small fraction of an inch). The bee will be partially in focus but bees are more than 3.4 mm across so that depth of field is probably not what you were looking for. Set the camera to f/22 and now the depth of field is 13.39 mm (1.39 cm or just over half an inch) now this is much closer to what you wanted. Now maybe the whole of bee is in focus but still all of its surroundings are out of focus.

This App will help you take much better photographs by being able to understand the relationship between the settings on your camera and the depth of field that they produce. The diagram shown is better than a thousand words of text (as the saying goes). You can now easily see what effect a change in the settings will make.

The Depth of Field Calculator allows you to quickly calculate the near and far distances of acceptable focus. Just select the distance you are focused at, the f/stop and the len's focal length and the diagram shows you at what distance acceptable focus starts and at what distance it ends. You can select to express the focus distance in metres, millimetres, feet and inches. Unlike other Apps this App does not use picker wheels for the f/stop and focal length values so you can enter whatever values you want.

The only other thing you have to do is select the camera you are using. The Camera button takes you to a page with the makers of cameras listed to the left. Select the maker of your camera and then scroll down the list to the model. Select Save and you are now ready to calculate the correct values. The calculations work using a value called the Circle of Confusion. This changes depending on the camera make and model.

If you camera is not listed then email and it will be added. You can generally find your Circle of Confusion value on the web. Once you know this value just set it manually in field at the top and Save.

You can manually specify the Circle of Confusion to use. Just select the field at the top and type in the value required. Select OK and then select Save. The user-defined Circle of Confusion will be used.

#### What's New in Version 1.6.10

Update to EXIF Manager add on to fix crash

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#### Customer Reviews

##### Elegantly Simplistic Functionality

Simple and intuitive interface. Easy to get the critical info you need without wading through a lot of clutter. Interface allows direct entry of exact values unlike many of the others that use wheel and charts that never seem to have the value you need. After evaluating several similar apps this is the one I use. Asked developer a question and he responded quickly. Highly recommended.

##### Simple, clear, and it works

Not much to say other than it gets the job done. This app can be customized for each make and model of camera body and for each focal length. Very easy to switch between feet and meters, depending on how you think.

##### Simple to use

The app downloaded in seconds and learning how to use it wasn't much longer. The app supports all of my cameras (Canon and Fuji) as well as many others. No complaints yet, I would recommend it.

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Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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