DxO ONE Camera Firmware Update v.1.4 Brings Updated Menus and Improved Copyright Info Integration

The latest download for the iPhone accessory camera

DXO ONE Camera firmware update
The DxO ONE camera plugs directly into the iPhone's Lightning port and uses the screen for navigating the features.DxO

The DxO One has been an interesting camera since its announcement and now there’s a firmware update to add new features to the iPhone accessory capture device. The big news in v1.4 is that the camera now offers much more robust options when it comes to embedding credit and copyright information into the photos like you would on a DSLR. It even allows for watermarks.

Beyond the copyright stuff, DxO has also revamped the user experience by tweaking the menus. Navigation in the camera has always been fairly intuitive, but it has never been particularly quick, so this update is designed to change that. The new quick-access menus promise to make it easier to switch between commonly-used functions.

The DxO One has been an interesting camera since its announcement and now there’s a firmware update to add new features to the iPhone accessory capture device. The big news in v1.4 is that the camera now offers much more robust options when it comes to embedding credit and copyright information into the photos like you would on a DSLR. It even allows for watermarks.

Beyond the copyright stuff, DxO has also revamped the user experience by tweaking the menus. Navigation in the camera has always been fairly intuitive, but it has never been particularly quick, so this update is designed to change that. The new quick-access menus promise to make it easier to switch between commonly-used functions.

Additionally, the DxO ONE now allows you to preview the the resulting images as you change settings. Notifications for future firmware updates have also been prioritized so it’s easier to keep things updated.

The firmware is available (for free) obviously from the DxO site. The DxO ONE camera is available for $499. We're big fans of the DxO ONE despite some flaws, but it's interesting that the advanced smartphone companion camera market hasn't really moved much recently. Sony and Olympus both seem to be laying low on their wireless smartphone accessory cameras. We'll see how that space progresses going forward.

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