Vink DOF Calculator Lite

Vink DOF Calculator Lite


Depth of Field calculator (lite edition with ads).
Now supports FEET and YARDS as distance unit as well as small sensors (large crop factors).
Simple to use and operate, just by using your fingers to operate the setting wheels. No clicking needed.
Calculates hyperfocal distance as well as near and far limits of sharpness.
You can use this application with almost any camera as a lot of crop factors are supported.
The COC (Circle of Confusion) can be set by the user, it defaults to 0.030mm.
Sorry, only english at this time.
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Recent changes:
Added a lot more crop factors. See http://www.dpreview.com/products/cameras for yours. Any missing? Let me know and we will add them.

Added feet and yards as units for distances.
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About Vink DOF Calculator Lite
Depth of Field calculator (lite edition with ads).
Now supports FEET and YARDS as distance unit as well as small sensors (large crop factors).
Simple to use and operate, just by using your fingers to operate the setting wheels. No clicking needed.
Calculates hyperfocal distance as well as near and far limits of sharpness.
You can use this application with almost any camera as a lot of crop factors are supported.
The COC (Circle of Confusion) can be set by the user, it defaults to 0.030mm.
Sorry, only english at this time.
Network and Internet needed for showing Ads.

Recent changes:
Added a lot more crop factors. See http://www.dpreview.com/products/cameras for yours. Any missing? Let me know and we will add them.

Added feet and yards as units for distances.

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 19, 2012
Good try, keep going The aperture setting is far too coarse - it needs to be in 1/3 of a stop, in line with modern cameras. The lens focal length setting also is too coarse. It has to be in 1mm steps. Subject distance - the same, should be in 1m steps say to 10m, then say 5m steps to 50m, and so on. The UI is nice and not cluttered like some other apps. Personally I would put the DoF result at the bottom. What is more important is the near limit and the far limit. For people who use custom CoC, the crop factor is superfluous and misleading. It has to be set to 1 for the calculator to calculate correctly. Crop factor 1 is for FF DSLR ??!! My cam is m43. In any case, it should be set in options and not on the main screen. Good luck.
A Google User
Jun 19, 2012
Good try, keep going The aperture setting is far too coarse - it needs to be in 1/3 of a stop, in line with modern cameras. The lens focal length setting also is too coarse. It has to be in 1mm steps. Subject distance - the same, should be in 1m steps say to 10m, then say 5m steps to 50m, and so on. The UI is nice and not cluttered like some other apps. Personally I would put the DoF result at the bottom. What is more important is the near limit and the far limit. For people who use custom CoC, the crop factor is superfluous and misleading. It has to be set to 1 for the calculator to calculate correctly. Crop factor 1 is for FF DSLR ??!! My cam is m43. In any case, it should be set in options and not on the main screen. Good luck.
Josef
Jun 19, 2012
Good try, keep going The aperture setting is far too coarse - it needs to be in 1/3 of a stop, in line with modern cameras. The lens focal length setting also is too coarse. It has to be in 1mm steps. Subject distance - the same, should be in 1m steps say to 10m, then say 5m steps to 50m, and so on. The UI is nice and not cluttered like some other apps. Personally I would put the DoF result at the bottom. What is more important is the near limit and the far limit. For people who use custom CoC, the crop factor is superfluous and misleading. It has to be set to 1 for the calculator to calculate correctly. Crop factor 1 is for FF DSLR ??!! My cam is m43. In any case, it should be set in options and not on the main screen. Good luck.
Josef
Jun 19, 2012
Good try, keep going The aperture setting is far too coarse - it needs to be in 1/3 of a stop, in line with modern cameras. The lens focal length setting also is too coarse. It has to be in 1mm steps. Subject distance - the same, should be in 1m steps say to 10m, then say 5m steps to 50m, and so on. The UI is nice and not cluttered like some other apps. Personally I would put the DoF result at the bottom. What is more important is the near limit and the far limit. For people who use custom CoC, the crop factor is superfluous and misleading. It has to be set to 1 for the calculator to calculate correctly. Crop factor 1 is for FF DSLR ??!! My cam is m43. In any case, it should be set in options and not on the main screen. Good luck.
A Google User
Mar 9, 2011
This is a really user friendly tool that does exactly what it should do! I recommend this tool.