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  • Subject and Topic:
    • Multimedia - Video Editing
  • Creator: PowerProduction Software
  • Type: App
  • Language: English
  • Platform: iOS
  • Price: Paid
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PowerFinder

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/powerfinder-hd-for-ipad/id999458197?mt=8
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Description:

The most complete and coolest director's viewfinder available for your iPad. Much more than just an aspect ratio, pick any camera sensor, any lens, any aspect, and any format to find the perfect shot anytime, anywhere. Use the slick heads-up display overlay to check out all the stats for your shot. From focal length, ISO, speed, dutch angle, compass heading, GPS, horizon, aspect ratio, sensor, third lines, color & lightness histograms and more... Then save the shot with all of the data embedded or visible in the frame into a custom album for your show.


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  • [Top Ten] Production tool

    The app has very simple interface, however, it does not consist of many functions. It might not be very useful for general users.

  • Tips for using the product

    Find the exact lens to use when matching any sensor size to the camera you're using for your shoot. Sensors included: Alexa, Arri, Blackmagic, Canon, Panavision, Red, Sony and more. Even add caption notes to your shot while composing so you remember important details beyond just the technical data. With auto and manual controls, try your shot with different focus & exposures.