Pocket AC

Pocket AC

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Pocket AC is a collection of tools and reference tables for cinematographers, camera assistants, operators, DITs, and videographers developed by a camera assistant. It features various calculators and charts to help prep and execute productions. In addition, the included camera log allows ACs to quickly log shots and email the setups of the day.

Tools:
-Depth of Field and Split Focus
-Digital Runtime, Filesize and Compression
-Diopter and Split Diopter
-Exposure
-Field of View with preview
-Focal Length Equivalents
-Focus Chart
-Footage Length and Runtime
-Insert Slate (sync beep BETA)
-Mired Shift and Filter Suggestions
-Screentime and Runtime
-Shutter Angle and Exposure Time
-Solar Elevation
-Unit Converter (Filesize, illumination, length, temperature, weight)

Reference Tables:
-Camera Specifications (Over 80 Film and Digital Cameras)
-Film Stocks
-Filter Factors
-HMI Safe Shutter Angles
-Lens Specifications (Over 550 Lenses)

Camera Log Features:
-NEW Camera Report Mode to log takes and circle takes
-Built-in Presets to make logging faster
-Table and List view
-Insert Slate view
-Email Log as CSV format for Excel or HTML format for web browsers
-Production Details offer statistics about the production (Avg lens, total setups, avg setups per day, etc.)

And more to come!

Some cameras supported include:
-Arri Amira and Alexa (all models including XT)
-Blackmagic Cinema Camera, URSA
-Canon 5D MKII, 5D MKIII, 7D, C100, C300, C500
-Nikon D3100, D800
-Panasonic AF100, DVX100, HMC150, GH2, GH3, GH4
-Phantom Flex4k, Flex, Miro 320S
-Red One, MX, Epic, Scarlet, Dragon Epic, Dragon Scarlet
-Silicon Imaging SI-2K
-Sony EX1, EX3, F3, F5, F55, F65, FS7
-16mm and 35mm formats
-Digital Runtime Calculator supports Aja Ki Pro Mini, Sound Devices PIX 240, DPX
-Store up to 5 Custom Camera Settings

Please feel free to email me at pocketAC@gmail.com with any questions or suggestions, especially if you'd like to see any specific cameras or lenses added.

Tags: pocket ac, lens equivalent calc arri.

Recently changed in this version

Version 1.5
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Fixed FoV bug
Fixed email logs in HTML crash
Fixed camera log crash when device is inactive
Fixed theme change when device is inactive

Version 1.4.2
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Added GH4
Updated BMCC

Version 1.4.1
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Added Alexa Open Gate, Sony FS7
Added DPX to Digital Runtime
Added Email All Logs Feature
Bug Fixes


Comments and ratings for Pocket AC
  • (77 stars)

    by Robby May-Sylianteng on 15/01/2015

    This app is amazing, but the two features I find most useful (i.e. DoF calculator, sending cam reports out via .html) crash the app. I've been sending crash reports for a while now, but I've yet to receive an effective response.

  • (77 stars)

    by Ward Hails on 14/01/2015

    Possibly the most useful app on my tablet. Running Nexus 9 and app seems fine with Lollipop. Keep up the good work.

  • (77 stars)

    by Adam Prest on 18/11/2014

    I have mainly been using the app for the camera log and report function and its great! But it sometimes force closes if I have the app in the background for too long

  • (77 stars)

    by Markus Lanxinger on 08/09/2014

    Fast and elegant user interface and tons of useful tools and information. Please keep on updating it with new camera/lens info as it becomes available.

  • (77 stars)

    by Tanya Voltchanskaya on 21/07/2014

    Just wrapped a short film and used this for reference and camera logging - very useful. Would love more fields to log takes, WB and fps however.

  • (77 stars)

    by ning Li on 25/06/2014

    Finally a good camera assistant app on Android! Please keep it updated!

  • (77 stars)

    by Brian Walstad on 24/06/2014

    This is a great app, but there is one major addition I'd like to see. I'd like to see a place to select a focal reducer like the .71, .64, and .58 Speed Boosters or the .72 Lens Turbo as well as an option to add your own custom focal reducers since there are new ones coming out daily with different magnifications. Also I miss the nice pCAM GUI from when I had an iPhone. Can you spice up the GUI a

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