Similar to the Sony QX series and other products like it, the DxO One Camera is an accessory that adds a new set of sensor and lens to your iPhone. Rather than just bring slight improvements to your smartphone’s built-in shooter, though, it boasts DSLR-quality images, all while coming housed in an even more portable form factor.
How portable? The whole thing measures just 2.7 x 1.9 x 1 inches, making it small enough to keep even in a shirt pocket. That’s a notable improvement over existing products in the category, all while claiming some serious photographic talents.
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