Download Rule of 600 apk 1.0 free for Android smartphone

22 Sep
Rule of 600

Posted by Bassman's Apps in Photography | Sept. 22, 2014 | 5 Comments

Apk file size: 786.0 KB

As you may know, stars move. Rule of 600 app helps you set shutter speed in astrophotography by focal lenght, type of sensor and lens, respectively. It calculates maximum time using the rule of 600 that allows clear photograph (stars doesn't turn in egg-shape or trails).

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Whats new

    Version 1.0
    New crop sensor factors, bug fixes.
    Version 0.9
    Calculator minor bug fixed.
    Version 0.8
    Calculate button has been removed, every action triggers calculation.
    Settings are saved automatically and reloaded on application start.
    Option to select camera manufacturer (used for crop sensor multiplier).
    Version 0.5
    Set your lens' focal lengths, type of camera sensor and type of lens.

Bassman's Apps part of our Photography and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update Sept. 22, 2014. Google play rating is 80.0. Current verison is 1.0. Actual size 786.0 KB.

Download rule-of-600.apk 786.0 KB


Leonidas Trebuchet

pretty good it's still in development, but easy interface, and good interface. gets me in the ballpark of where my exposure time needs to be and that's exactly what I wanted. some customizability (some variation on zoom lens, focal length, camera type) - even if your camera isn't listed, a similar camera can get you into the right setting. looking forward to seeing what version 0.9 and 1.0 might bring. :-) (lost 1 star) for lack of a general "4/3" camera option. would also like to see 6x6 film option as well. (I shoot 4/3, several 6x6 film, and canon 70d) yes, I could do the math myself, but apps make things easier. others might appreciate an actual 35mm setting, although this can be achieved by selecting 'full frame' option. (workarounds vs simple selections) thanks! :-)

Paul Cameron

Shite Wrong calculation If you have crop sensor

A Google User

It works but I'm no photographer so I have no clue how to use it.

Tony Harrison

It works but I'm no photographer so I have no clue how to use it.

Bill Dickinson

Just Right Simple, straightforward and no ads. Perfect.

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