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Summary: PhotoTools provides a simple way to calculate depth of field, hyperfocal and 35mm equivalent focal

Symbian s60 3rd or 5th edition

Arrived: 2011-08-13
Found under: Applications, Photo, video,

Symbian PhotoTools freeware

Rating: 2.6/5
PhotoTools Description


Developer: Anakrys

PhotoTools provides a simple way to calculate depth of field, hyperfocal and 35mm equivalent focal

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Comments and Reviews

Sun 14 Aug

karna pandey wrote...

I want to try it on my n73.

1:23 am
Thu 18 Aug

Carlee wrote...

Holy Toledo, so glad I clckied on this site first!

5:52 am
Sun 11 Sep

Taran wrote...

Grade A stuff. I'm unqeutsioanbly in your debt.

9:25 pm
Sat 5 Nov

ganeshpatel wrote...

best application

12:20 pm
Wed 29 Aug

Shaina wrote...

@Jericho you can't put an AT&T SIM in for several rnosaes. First and foremost, the G1 is carrier locked to T-Mobile, sure you can probably find a code to unlock, but then you run into problem 2:AT&T and T-Mobile use different bands for 3G, and changing the SIM will not make it switch bands, it's a hardware thing. T-Mobile uses UMTS on 1700MHz, and AT&T uses HSDPA on a different frequency. They are not compatable at all.

12:16 am
Sat 24 Nov

Dimitri wrote...

Put it this way: I had an e90, I then had a G1. It was half the cost, did everything I cared about that the e90 did, and was a far siporuer experience. I'm never going to buy a Symbian phone again, and I am too spoilt by capacitative screens to get an n900. It's a shame; I work with Debian and Ubuntu, and wanted to love it. It's just that Nokia doesn't seem to have much momentum, and is no longer the home of the best phones. I'd deeply love them to fix it, though it is starting to feel a little like the way Palm slipped away from relevance: repeatedly patching up an OS that should already be dead.

5:23 pm



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