Looks useful with potential to be much better in future versions. Once camera saved and selected the saved camera name should be displayed on the Pinhole screen for those of us with multiple pinholes. Seems odd that exposure screen includes values like 1/32,000 which regular cameras and light meters don't achieve. Needs a lot more reciprocity data - much of it is out there on company data sheets and easily found so why wait for users to submit? The app info should indicate which features can only be accessed for a price and provide more info about what those features include. For instance reciprocity failure - it was disappointing to find such a short list of film after opening my wallet. Not sure how to reply to your "reply", so doing it this way. You make a pretty huge assumption about my film usage. Last year I shot 19 different types of film, only a couple of rolls of which are expired and discontinued. Any of these films could be used in one of my pinhole cameras. Of those 19 only 5 show up in the reciprocity list. Things that are missing include colour negative, reversal film, and instant films still in production. That's for starters.
Glitchy Field entry text white on white background. Good interface but some fields are returning nonsensical results.
Perfect Pretty much straight from the Mr pinhole website. Love the ability to save different designs. Very glad there is no push ads or stupid permissions, first class app, well designed.
Works well on my tiny htc wildfire, good work!!!
So useful I use it in pinhole workshops
• Added Reciprocity Failure correction for ADOX CMS 20, FOMAPAN 100, 200, 400, RETROPAN 320, ILFORD ORTHO, KODAK T-MAX 100, 400, 3200, KODAK TRI-X 320/400
• For those who contributed, added Reciprocity Failure correction. If you want to have your photo-material in the app, just email us the necessary data: a table or a graph with measured exposure and adjusted exposure (sec) accordingly.
• Some technical improvements and bug fixes.
Please email us if you encounter any problems!
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