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This 2.7 Inch Camera is Compact in Size, Mega in Image Resolution

digital SLR compact camera DxO ONE

* Compact and sophisticated
* Mind-blowing images from the palm of your hand 
* Transforms your iPhone or iPad into a high-resolution viewfinder  

Do you want hi-def photos but don’t want to lug around a full-sized digital SLR camera? Are you over the limitations of the photo apps on your phone? Whether you’re a pro photog or amateur shutterbug, check out the DXO ONE Ultra-Compact Camera right this minute – because 2017 is coming and you’ll want to capture all the action.

Why we love it: the DXO ONE is a miniaturized pro-quality camera that’s astonishingly easy to use. At just 2.7 inches tall, it easily attaches to your iPhone or iPad, transforming your device into a high-resolution viewfinder to capture photos and video on the fly. Connection is a breeze – just use the retractable lightning connection, which makes image capture and transfer seamless.

The specs: DXO ONE’s powerful one-inch sensor creates breathtaking 20.2 megapixel images and 1080P video at 30 frames per second. Everything is brighter, sharper, crisper. The high-quality, 6-element aspherical lens has a variable aperture range from f/1.8 to f/11, lending precise control over exposure similar to what you’d find on a professional DSLR.

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Bonus: the DXO ONE now supports Wi-Fi use. The latest 2.0 firmware is pre-installed, and works with the camera’s internal Wi-Fi receiver, so you can use your existing Wi-Fi network to create a direct connection to your iPhone/iPad. Other great features: it’s compatible with iOS 9 and above, the lithium-ion battery recharges via the included micro-USB cable, and it comes with everything you need to start snapping or recording video right away: a travel pouch, lanyard, and micro SD card.

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