Terrific Iocation scouting tool. Not a true director's finder; inventory-based tool or clapper (use Acacia or Artemis for that). It's a Panavision-geared app, hence the default 2.40:1 aspect ratio and the limited, prime lens selection. Problems: the app hasn't been updated in a while; the location feature doesn't work well with Android 6; the Pro Upgrade doesn't include the Lens feature, which needs to be purchased separately; the IAP button (In-App Purchases) isn't self-explanatory, especially post-purchase, and finally, the app doesn't list as 'PURCHASED' within the Play store. Other than that, it is excellent. I can't wait for the upgrade in order to give it a well-deserved 5 stars. (If only for the ability to look through my mobile screen and imagine a Panaflex viewing screen!)
Touchy Needed the GPS meta data and appeared to download and open fine. Then we added the lens feature and it consistently crashed. Did a roll back to the free version . Emailed the developer.
Was good I don't know why, but now when I open this app, the camera takes up the entire screen and you can't see any of the buttons
Works but Purchased it as had a location scout assignment by magnum photos. App is really slow, misses functionality and worst of all doesn't embed GPS data in Exif data..very dissapointed.
Terrible lens selection Paid only for the upgrade to select focal lengths, what a waste. What they dont tell you is that they only give you five specific focal lengths to choose from... from 35mm to 75mm. Nothing wider than that, nothing longer than that. I have lots of cine primes, but only TWO of my lenses fit their only-available presets. I've never seen another director's finder that restricted you to just a few (and sometimes odd) focal lengths. I mean, whoever shoots with a 40mm? Or a 60mm? And never a 28mm? Or 100mm?
Good view finder app
Minor Bug fixes
A director’s viewfinder that enables you to preview the framing of any camera.
Frame and prep your film, music video, or photo shoot with professional cameras.