Douglas Software Releases Camera Module, Grainy JPEGs Too

Douglas Software has the Camera Module for Windows, Version 1.0.0, a new photographic tool to calculate various optical equations such as depth of field or hyperfocal distance.

It’s supposed to solve optical equations such as angle of view for selected lens and film format combination, depth of field, including near focus, far focus, total depth of field and hyperfocal distance as well as image width and height, and covers 37 digital formats including 9 digital backs and 12 conventional film formats.

The $39 Camera Module covers 37 digital formats including 9 digital backs and 12 conventional film formats. With Camera Module for Windows, both amateur photographers and professionals will be able to make a more effective use of their photographic equipment while leaving the complexity of optical calculations and formula in the background, says Douglas Software.

OK, fine. But for a software company that caters to photography, the Douglas webmaster could perhaps clean up the images on their website. The JPEGs look grainy, dirty and a bit uncomfortable to the eyes.

[Site: Photo-Software.com]

Chris Malinao

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Chris teaches Lightroom as workflow software to photography students at the FPPF, Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation. He also teaches smartphone photography.