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DxO gives the iPhone a 20 Megapixel Upgrade

This might just be the only camera you'll ever need.
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Photo: DxO 

Photo: DxO 

Need a little more horsepower from your iPhone camera? DxO is bringing a 20.2 megapixel 1" sensor to the iPhone with their new DxO One Camera. The palm-sized accessory plugs right into the Lightning port of your iPhone and turns your screen into a viewfinder with DSLR-like controls. 

You'll have a whole host of shooting modes to choose from and you can go into a full manual mode to adjust aperture, shutter speed, and ISO. You also get a f/1.8 lens which will get you great shots in low-light environments and you can also shoot full HD 1080p video at 30fps. 

The camera also lets you shoot in RAW and you won't have to worry about big files taking up space on your phone as the camera has a built-in microSD slot to store all your photos. The battery is also separate and is good for up to 200 shots on a single charge. 

$599 (available this fall), pre-order now at

Check out more views of the DxO One and Image Samples in the Gallery below:

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