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DOF Calculator


Depth of Field Calculator for Photographers. Calculates Hyperfocal Distance, Near Focus Limit, Far Focus limit, and Depth of Field(DOF).

Includes
1)Quick Mode ( with dropdown menus)
2)Manual Mode ( with edit boxes )
3)Reverse Mode
4)Aperture Mode

Also now supports Custom 1 and Custom 2, user editable custom settings for quick retrieval, ideal for multiple camera setup.

Has option to select teleconverters, automatically corrects focal length and apertures.

Quick Mode, lets user select most common settings using drop down menus for easy, quick and convenient selection.

Manual Mode lets user enter values manually for maximum flexibility and professional users.

Reverse Mode, takes Near Focus and Far Focus distance values and calculates all the possible combination of focal lengths and apertures to achieve the entered values.

Aperture Mode lets user select Camera, Focal length, and Subject Distance, and calculates resultant depth of field against all aperture values.

Supports more than 200 SLRs, DSLRs and Compact Cameras from Canon, Nikon, FujiFilm, Kodak, Olympus, Panasonic, Pentax, Samsung, Sigma, Sony, Four Third System, 35mm Film, Medium Formats, Large Formats, Blackmagic Cinema, Red, Super 16, Super 35, and many more

Last used settings are automatically saved.

SHORT CLICK on text to change its unit (meters, cm, feet, inches, etc)
LONG CLICK on C1 C2 to edit saved values.

This app contains Ads.

Recent changes:
Google API Update
Support for Nikon D810 added.
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4.2
User ratings
1595
Installs
100,000+
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File size
1450 kb
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About DOF Calculator
Depth of Field Calculator for Photographers. Calculates Hyperfocal Distance, Near Focus Limit, Far Focus limit, and Depth of Field(DOF).

Includes
1)Quick Mode ( with dropdown menus)
2)Manual Mode ( with edit boxes )
3)Reverse Mode
4)Aperture Mode

Also now supports Custom 1 and Custom 2, user editable custom settings for quick retrieval, ideal for multiple camera setup.

Has option to select teleconverters, automatically corrects focal length and apertures.

Quick Mode, lets user select most common settings using drop down menus for easy, quick and convenient selection.

Manual Mode lets user enter values manually for maximum flexibility and professional users.

Reverse Mode, takes Near Focus and Far Focus distance values and calculates all the possible combination of focal lengths and apertures to achieve the entered values.

Aperture Mode lets user select Camera, Focal length, and Subject Distance, and calculates resultant depth of field against all aperture values.

Supports more than 200 SLRs, DSLRs and Compact Cameras from Canon, Nikon, FujiFilm, Kodak, Olympus, Panasonic, Pentax, Samsung, Sigma, Sony, Four Third System, 35mm Film, Medium Formats, Large Formats, Blackmagic Cinema, Red, Super 16, Super 35, and many more

Last used settings are automatically saved.

SHORT CLICK on text to change its unit (meters, cm, feet, inches, etc)
LONG CLICK on C1 C2 to edit saved values.

This app contains Ads.

Recent changes:
Google API Update
Support for Nikon D810 added.

User reviews of DOF Calculator
Will not install
Aug 4, 2013
Hyperfocal distance calculation is wrong. look at the screenshots
Feb 1, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
4 days ago
Nice Just what I was looking for. Well thought out.
A Google User
Oct 2, 2014
Good Cool one
A Google User
Sep 18, 2014
Note to developer. Only remembers settings in Quick & Manual Modes. Settings in Aperture mode reverts to a default on my LG VS-890 4G Android 4.4.2.
A Google User
Aug 31, 2014
DOF Calculator Does what it says on the tin. A very useful app for the serious amateur (like me). If I had a criticism, it would be that setting a specific camera in a set-up menu at the start rather than entering your camera on each and every screen (yes you can save them in the custom calculators) but how many of us have more than one SLR.
A Google User
Aug 22, 2014
Great I suggest a graphics improvement. Something Android L-esque maybe...