645 PRO for, ,iPod Touch:
The photography professional’s iPhone camera, delivering:
➢ Unprecedented control
➢ Unparalleled image quality
645 PRO introduces a range of genuine pro features never before seen.
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645 PRO—IT FEELS LIKE A PRO CAMERA. BECAUSE IT IS ONE
645 PRO has been designed, from the ground up, for professional and serious amateur photographers. So it works the way a camera works, not some piece of computer software.
Every setting is managed directly from the camera—no layers of menus to negotiate. You have instant access to everything that can be controlled, from focus/exposure and white balance locking to a 645 PRO-exclusive choice between spot and multi-zone metering.
And you have all the information you need, all the time, including a real-time ISO and shutter-speed reading and even a live histogram!
645 PRO—PRO-QUALITY OUTPUT, FOR THE FIRST TIME
645 PRO is the first and only iPhone camera app to give you “developed RAW”—dRAW—TIFF files*, a workflow essential for many professionals. Its JPEGs, too, are of a quality typically associated with higher-end digital cameras, with the option to save “lossless” JPEGs.
The JPEGs are enhanced by 645 PRO’s seven gorgeous Film Modes, inspired by classic film stock as used by top photographers from the 1960s through to the present day. You’ll get photographs from your iPhone like you never imagined!
1. Maximum image quality
645 PRO develops high-quality JPEGs with the option of completely “lossless” JPEGs. You also have the choice to save the dRAW image data in TIFF format for later post-processing.
2. Intuitive handling
645 PRO has all its controls “on-camera”, providing instant access to everything.
3. Ultimate control
If it can be controlled, 645 PRO lets you control it. Exposure, focus, white balance, and more…
4. Spot metering
With 645 PRO you can choose between the standard Multi-Zone metering approach and more targeted Spot metering.
5. Low-light performance
Using Night Mode, 645 PRO has shutter speeds of up to 1 second, which can open up even the darkest evening scene.
6. Interchangable bodies
Choose the look you want for your camera—the verve of Rosso or understated Classic.
7. Interchangable backs
With five backs, 645 PRO can deliver all the leading medium format ratios from square to panoramic.
8. Professional film modes
645 PRO has seven color and B&W film modes inspired by classic film stock.
9. Live Preview
The Viewfinder can show you exactly what you will capture, so you can work precisely with the particular characteristics of your chosen film mode.
10. Interchangable focusing screens
Choose between crosshairs, Rule of Thirds or an architectural grid, keeping everything horizontal with the split-screen spirit level.
11. Real-time histogram
See how your image is balanced across five stops of exposure—even before you’ve taken it!
12. Essential informatiom
With its always-on LCD Display, 645 PRO shows you everything you need to know about your camera, from the ISO and shutter speed to the current flash and battery status.
Drawing its inspiration from the obsession with quality embodied by top-end Medium Format film and digital cameras, 645 PRO exists purely to help you use your iPhone as a tool for composing, taking and saving the finest possible photographs.
“645 PRO is very impressive, and is about to set itself apart from all the other camera only replacement apps, and should become a firm favourite with many serious iPhoneographers.”
* The term “developed RAW”—dRAW—is used to describe a TIFF image that has has had no in-app post-processing applied and, critically, no JPEG compression at any stage.
What’s New in Version 1.10
➢ dRAW TIFF option saves full—645—format, whatever the choice of Back (rather than cropped)
➢ Both landscape orientations now supported
➢ Grid, Meter, WB-L and Timer buttons have target “hot zone”, so easier to press
➢ Enhanced memory/CPU management
➢ Fixed “black screen” for users trying to review/share images with Location Services disabled
➢ Fixed two major battery drain issues that could be triggered under certain circumstances
➢ Fixed minor formatting issue with Software metadata tag
➢ Fixed Flickr sharing bug where descriptive text was were not being posted
➢ Fixed Flickr sharing timeout bug for larger files
➢ Fixed incorrectly capitalized camera name in metadata
➢ Fixed intermittent crash when saving multiple JPEG+TIFFs
➢ Camera control returned somewhat more quickly after shot taken
➢ Updated dRAW LCD and saving tell-tales to read +TIFF, plus updated User Manual
What’s New in Version 1.11
➢ Double-tapping the Mode Selector disables the Film Modes and Backs for “unprocessed” JPEG output (and re-enables them)
➢ Smoother operation for Back Selector and Mode Selector knobs
➢ Option to save dRAW TIFFs to Camera Roll rather than Documents folder (via Settings.app)
➢ Option to mute audio feedback (via Settings.app)
➢ Option to add Artist Name to EXIF data (via Settings.app)
➢ Option to disable GPS tagging of images (via Settings.app), although Location Services must still be enabled to view images, as imposed by
➢ Fixed quirks in “upside down” landscape mode
➢ Fixed “black screen” for users trying to review/share images with Location Services restricted (but not disabled…)
➢ Fixed Flickr sharing bug where title was not being posted
➢ Fixed intermittent issue where zoom level was incorrectly sent to image capture
➢ Revised sharing buttons
➢ Updated User Manual
What’s New in Version 1.11.1
➢ Experimental option to use torch as AF Assist lamp (via Settings.app)
➢ Disabled LZW compression for TIFFs when saving to Documents folder: larger files, but faster saving
➢ Option to add Copyright and License data to EXIF data (via Settings.app). Note that selecting a Public Domain “license” overrides any copyright info
➢ Rule of Thirds grid now re-sizes to match different Backs
➢ The E6 and F5 Film Modes have been enhanced subtly
➢ The “shutter blind” is correctly positioned when the camera is rotated
➢ The 645 back uses the full available image size on all devices
➢ Switching in and out of Night Mode unlocks exposure (if locked), preventing unpredictable exposure behaviour
➢ The maximum save buffer when TIFFs are being saved is correctly set to two, not five, files, preventing a possible memory overload
➢ Enhanced memory management when saving TIFFs to Camera Roll, preventing a possible memory overload
➢ Fixed final lingering “zoom lock” issues
➢ Updated User Manual
What’s New in Version 1.11.2
➢ Improved video preview performance
➢ Greatly enhanced power management
➢ Faster file-saving
➢ (Optional) AF Assist only fires in high-ISO situations
➢ “Persistent” film/back bypass fixed
What’s New in Version 1.12
➢ Significant further performance improvements
➢ Significant further power management improvements
➢ Enhanced video preview quality
➢ Photo filters: swipe viewfinder left-right to select; swipe up/down to adjust intensity
➢ Option to save JPEG+TIFF or TIFF Only in Q-Mode (via Settings.app)
➢ Tap-hold now locks Mode and Back Selectors to prevent changing settings accidentally
➢ Corrected behaviour of shutter release AF lock when photo taken before acquisition/locking has occured
➢ Modified Mode and Back Selectors to prevent false-positive double-tap detection
What’s New in Version 1.12.1
➢ Fixed: bad bug associated with saving TIFFs
What’s New in Version 2.13
➢ Bug fix: multi-file saving for iPhone 4 and 3GS
➢ Enhanced save performance
What’s New in Version 2.14
➢ Enhanced live preview
➢ Enhanced saving
➢ Enhanced Q-Mode and viewfinder switching
➢ Modified Night Mode for and iPhone 4
➢ Other optimisations for iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4
➢ Fixed: videos no longer appear in Camera Roll review
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Requirements: Compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, and iPhone 4S.Requires5.0 or later.