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DxO Releases DxO One 2.0 iOS App Update Share This on LinkedIn   Share This on Google   Tweet This   Forward This

13 September 2016

DxO has released its free DxO One 2.0 app update with WiFi Remote Control, Mobile Smart Lighting, auto white balance for underwater photos and better battery management. Note, however, that direct WiFi Remote Control is not yet enabled.

The update is required for compatibility with iOS 10, the company pointed out.

The company also announced the accessories announced in its prior press release, like the outdoor shell will begin shipping during the week of Sept. 19.

For more information see the news release below.

DxO Releases New DxO One 2.0 iOS App Update

New features dramatically extend the DxO One camera's creative possibilities and use

PARIS and SAN FRANCISCO -- Camera manufacturer DxO released a 2.0 update of its DxO One iOS app for all DxO One users and announced that a new accessories ecosystem for the miniaturized DxO One pro-quality connected camera will start shipping the week of Sept. 19.

The 2.0 iOS software update includes WiFi Remote Control*, Mobile Smart Lighting, auto white balance for underwater photos and better battery management. The update is available now to all existing users free of charge via the iTunes App Store. In addition, the new DxO One accessories ecosystem -- including a waterproof Outdoor Shell, ultra-compact Stand, snap-on Optical Adapter and protective quick-draw Zipped Pouch dramatically extend the DxO One's creative possibilities and its fields of use.

To ensure the compatibility of the DxO One with iOS 10, please note that DxO One users must update their DxO One iOS app to version 2.0, available now in the App Store. Due to changes made by Apple to app management in background in iOS 10, using an earlier version than 2.0 may cause the iPhone to freeze and sometimes even to require a hard reboot.

* WiFi Remote Control via an existing network is now available. Direct WiFi connection will be enabled shortly.

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