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The iPhone certainly has many accessories to “pimp it out” as the expression goes. There are bluetooth speakers, recording Mic, camcorders and of course, speaker docks. Say hello to another one, the DxO ONE.
DxO is an image processing software company and has come up with the DxO ONE to turn your iPhone in to a 20.2 megapixel DSLR. It attaches to the iPhone via the lightning connector and using it’s own lens (unlike most camera accessories that fit on top of the iPhone’s camera lens), captures high quality photos with it’s own app. The app launches automatically when the device connects to your iPhone.
It includes “the world’s smallest 1-inch sensor” according to DxO, a smart aperture to control depth of field effects and can record 1080p video at 30 fps, and 720p video at 120 fps.
It weighs a paltry 108 g and is 6.9 cm high. It fits comfortably in your pocket and transforms your iPhone in to a magnificent camera. Now the drawback is that it costs $599, more than any on contract iPhone costs. I guess that’s the price you have to pay to carry the equivalent of a DSLR in your pocket.