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Douglas Software has announced version 3 of the Douglas Photo Calculator software The program gives a comprehensive range of easy-to-use options for optical calculations including depth of field, hyperfocal distance and angle of view. This new version includes calculations showing the effect of diffraction upon aperture.
Douglas Software launches Photo Calculator 3 for Windows and Mac
Winchester, UK (5th September 2011 ) – Douglas Software announced today version 3 of the Douglas Photo Calculator software that gives a comprehensive range of easy-to-use options for optical calculations including depth of field, hyperfocal distance and angle of view.
Photo Calculator is an enhanced version of its predecessor and now includes calculations showing the effect of diffraction upon aperture.
Photo Calculator gives users a wider range of photographic opportunities than any other software on the market. Amateur photographers and professionals alike benefit from what is a quick and easy way to solve everyday optical equations - in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish.
Free upgrades are available for Registered Users.
For more information visit http://www.photo-software.com
About Douglas Software
Douglas Software is a privately-held technology company based in Hampshire, United Kingdom. The company was founded in 1992 by Douglas Green, an independent software engineer with many years experience of photography. Douglas Software specialises in photographic software and hardware product development. Among their main products there is Photo Calculator for PDA, Photo Calculator for Windows and the Mac, Sun and Moon Calculator, and Douglas Grey Card. Sun and Moon Calculator is a Solar and Lunar database for photographers, cinematographers, astronomers, anglers, gardeners and anyone else who needs to know the position of the Sun and Moon from any location at any time. The Douglas Grey Card is an essential tool for the serious photographer and is one of the very few truly neutral and true 18% grey cards. For more information visit http://www.photo-software.com