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Mobile V2 PRO Edition Waterproof Dome Case for iPhone 14 Pro

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$ 149.00 USD
$ 149.00 USD - $ 149.00 USD
Current price $ 149.00 USD

Our ultimate iPhone 14 Pro housing, ready to shoot out of the box.


Features include:

Quicker to install the iPhone 14 Pro with a NEW side seal system and 2 less thumbscrews

Drastically improved touch functionality with full responsive touch on capacitive touch screen of the iPhone 14 Pro

Meet the best dome housing for your iPhone 14 Pro, the GDOME MOBILE PRO Pro Edition is the dome that will get you the shot.

With its 6.1 inch dome and flat port / extension port options, the underwater possibilities are endless for your iPhone 14 Pro.

As you can see by the measurements the GDome Mobile Pro Edition will fit with ALL iPhone Models to date, including the iPhone 14 Pro, Max and Plus variants.

The GDome Mobile Pro Edition is also compatible with 99.99% of all Samsung and Huawei phones and many many more phones and brands!  

We know that there are thousands of different phone models and brands, the GDome Mobile Pro Edition should fit almost all of them!

What is included in the box?

  • GDome Mobile Pro Edition for the iPhone 14 Pro
  • 2 x Foam Inserts (1 pre-installed inside the GDome)
  • Side Grip (pre-installed on the GDome)
  • Tools and spares


IN-DEPTH ANALISIS OF THE IPHONE 14 PRO CAMERA

 

The iPhone 14 series has officially hit the market, and this year's biggest improvement to the device is its camera setup. That remark is much more true for the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, though, as Apple decided to create a chasm of difference between the cheaper and standard variants.

What's new with the upgraded iPhone 14 camera?

The 48 MP sensor of the iPhone 14 Pro camera is the star of the show here. This permits the following things:

The camera's default setting organizes pixels into 4 to 12 MP images with better illumination.

Take full 48 MP images, using ProRAW.

Between wide-angle 1x and telephoto 3x, a new zoom step is added (by cropping in for a 2x)

The iPhone 14 Pro will intelligently decide whether to use pixel binning and when to aim for higher-res photos if you leave it on auto. The phone will still use machine learning and post-processing to deliver a large, high-res picture even if you choose to force 48 MP after you enable ProRAW.

The 48 MP sensor was cropped at the 2x step, which Apple refers to as "optical-quality zoom." It is usable in both the standard shooting modes and Portrait mode, giving you more creative control over scenario setup.

Even though the ultra-wide camera still has a 12 MP resolution, the sensor has grown. This guarantees considerably greater low-light performance, along with an aperture of F2.2 and the new Photonic Engine (an improvement to Apple's Deep Fusion, the image-processing algorithm). In low light, the wide-angle and telephoto cameras also appear to generate far better images.

The standard iPhone 14 keeps the same 12-megapixel camera system that appears to be identical to that of the iPhone 13 or only very little better thanks to the new Photonic Engine (Deep Fusion update) and a slightly wider F1.5 aperture (vs F1.6 on the iPhone 13).

On both the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro, we get the new Action Mode for video. Extreme stabilization for incredibly smooth video is provided by this. Watch this space as we test this functionality on our own to see how it operates in practice.

Additionally, the Cinematic Mode has been improved; instead of being limited to 1080p at 30 FPS on the iPhone 13, it can now record in 4K and at either 24 or 30 frames per second. Additionally, you can refocus and blend 24 FPS and 30 FPS videos in the same project when editing Cinematic Mode videos in post-production and still obtain the same results (presumably 24 FPS).

Once more, the iPhone 14 Pro goes above and beyond by enabling the recording of video in Apple ProRes, a standard format. But be aware that the 14 Pro's smallest 128 GB model can only record in ProRes at 1080p. You must invest in a model with at least 256 GB if you want 4K.

How many cameras are there on the iPhone 14?

Apple has continued to use the tried-and-true strategy of two cameras on non-Pro models and triple cameras with an additional LiDAR on Pro models.

Therefore, the main wide-angle and ultra-wide-angle cameras on the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus are both present. The primary wide-angle, ultra-wide-angle, and a 3x telephoto camera for portraiture and optical zoom are found on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.

Apple has been using a 12 MP main camera sensor on their iPhones for many years. With each upgrade, the sensor's size did increase, allowing all of those pixels to get a little bit bigger. This led to the iPhone 13 series' camera, which is incredibly good at gathering light and capturing vivid colors.

Apple eventually gave in because the competition was advancing with larger and denser pixel sensors. A new 48 MP sensor included in the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max allows for crisper images as well as brighter photos by grouping pixels together.

Improved Night Mode

The initial step is to bin pixels. Additionally, Apple updated the Photonic Engine, a component of its Deep Fusion imaging pipeline. It essentially performs the same tasks as Google's HDR+: it takes many exposures, selects the best ones from each area of the frame, and merges them into a single, sharp, well-lit image.

Auto-focus selfie camera

Both the non-Pro and professional models of the selfie camera now have auto-focusing and a wider F1.9 aperture. A wide aperture lets in more light, but it also causes more blur in out-of-focus objects, necessitating the use of an auto-focus. The iPhone 13 series, in contrast, has fixed-focus front cameras with an F2.2 aperture.

Action-oriented video

very stabilized for really fluid action shots. You probably only want to turn it on when necessary because we assume that it will drastically crop the image in the center.

4K and 24 FPS are added to Cinematic Mode.

You now have more alternatives; previously, 1080p at 30 FPS was the only one. Additionally, you will be able to blend 24 FPS and 30 FPS clips in the same project and have more control over shifting focus points when editing the film. accessible on the standard iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 Pro.

Flexible LED flash

Depending on the focal length, can increase brightness by two times for telephoto images.

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Lyons Lyons
GDome Mobile 2

Fantastic and easy to use! Highly recommend!

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Antonio Melendez
Awesome tool!

Love this thing. I use it primarily for swimming photos and videos for my local health club. Works as I hoped.

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Kuan Chuen Tan
Amazingly sturdy

Had a few mobile domes before but all didn't last very long from rumble and tumble of travelling. GDome is super sturdy and its build real tough, so far so good!

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Conni Weise
Great smartphone underwater housing!

I really enjoy using my phone under water with the GDome housing. Works very well, easy to use!

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Noel Suiter

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