Italianeography: 645 PRO Uncovered (in Italian)

Italian iPhoneography blog, Italianeography, has a fantastic, hugely comprehensive review of 645 PRO – in fact it’s an ongoing review, regularly updated to include details and specs of each new version. Have a look at the comparative shots showing the differences in between JPEG and TIFF. There’s also a sequence of shots demonstrating the output […]

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iPhoneography: “Number 1 camera replacement app”

Glyn Evans of the hugely popular blog iPhoneography has been a fan of 645 PRO since first taking a look at the pre-release version. With each update (as the app gets better) it’s come to earn a place as his “number 1 camera replacement app”. Thanks Glyn! Click to follow iPhoneography.com and the latest reviews of […]

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Mobograf: “A first of its kind”

Fausto Ramos of Mobograf isn’t the first to conclude that 645 PRO breaks new ground in iPhone camera applications, but he explains clearly how it is that 645 PRO comes so close to providing “pro” DSLR-like controls. Find out more here…

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Appsolute Reviews: “645 PRO… the best camera app to date”

That’s what Appsolute Reviews had to say in the detailed write up of 645 PRO. Reviewer Aaron Stanley looks at the leaps mobile photography is taking, the hunger for ever-more sophisticated apps, and the way in which 645 PRO answers this need. In his words, “645 PRO pushes onward and upward in an effort to […]

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CNET: How to get started with 645 PRO

CNET How To blogger Matt Elliott looks at 645 PRO and provides a step-by-step user guide, along with screenshots showing how to access TIFFs saved to the app’s Directory (for iTunes File Sharing). He also notes that the “camera app provides a wide range of controls and lets you capture lossless JPEGs as well as […]

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NegativeSpaces: 645 PRO is a “seriously nice app”

Ben Cain is a Digital Imaging Technician (DIT) based out of New York City who also blogs on NegativeSpaces. He’s taken a look at 645 PRO with a specific focus on the quality of the new dRAW TIFF images when compared with standard iPhone photographs. And the results, he feels, are pretty conclusive; he concludes that […]

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Phone Artistry on 645 PRO (updated)

Phone Artistry, a website run by a group of photographers, is full of useful tips on how to get the most out of your iPhone camera. See their clear screenshots and excellent explanations of the many features of 645 PRO. Thanks guys. Click here for the lowdown…

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Pop Photo on “dRAW”

The serious photographers and camera enthusiasts at PopPhoto.com (Popular Photography) take particular interest in 645 PRO’s ability to produce high-quality “developed RAW” images. Reviewer Tim Barribeau explains clearly to his readers what this is, and why it has such appeal. You can read more here…

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645 PRO – Your “Mini-DSLR Camera”

645 PRO shot out of the box at launch, demanding attention even beyond the world of apps and iphone photography. Ben Reid, writing for Redmond Pie says: “From the ground up, you can instantly tell that it’s not your generic photo app.” He picks up on the unique features of “developed RAW” .tiff files and […]

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dpreview: Access to Lossless Output “Unique”

Digital Photography Review, the place for pro-photographers and serious amateurs working daily with top-end DSLR cameras, took a look at 645 PRO. And it impressed. Sure, it’s no rival to a Nikon D4! But in the context of iPhone photography, the ability to the access to the best-quality images available from the device, along with features […]

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