I really want to like this. I'm a 120 film shooter and need to know DoF but the interface is not user friendly. The directions are not easily understood either. Many features are there but none that I can understand how to use. The distance scale slides but never holds a set distance so you cannot get a good idea of near/ far. I wish there was a video tutorial somewhere so I could figure this out.
You Rock! I kind of WANT to pay you for this! This is great! I used to use a little wheel thingy that expodisc made (I believe) but this is just a little bit better (the UI & the numeric display specifically). Thanks! Most devs would pack the screen with ads too, those are terribly distracting (especially for artistic pursuits). Gorgeous interface!
This is by far the best DoF related app. It may look unintuitive first; just spend some time with it and, very important, read the manual. The app is for advanced photographers only. Thank you, Mr. Jonathan.
Confusing and clunky interface, but eventually it makes sense. I wish the different values could be manually typed in, the sliders can make it a bit difficult to get right on 19mm or on 1.0 for blur. Works well otherwise.
Excellent app! I also downloaded the Windows version. On the Windows version, the value listed at the top of the aperture scale in Blur mode doesn't change when the red triangle is moved. Works find on Android though. I sent an email with more info on the Windows issue.
i like this app very much it made me get my chinon slr out of its bag and put a roll of film thru it for the first time in 5 yrs just to try it out see what the results are like if it improves my photos. thanks 5*+
DoF can now be moved to external SD.
Fixed bug in Focus Stacking mode and added field of view information to the details (etc) display. Fixed a few other minor problems and brought code up to date with Windows version.