Designed by a working camera technician who understands that photography calculations must be done quickly, simply and on the run.
Differs from other cinematography apps, a graphical interface informs the user how each calculation is applied.
– App used by cinema & photo industry professionals and students for over 2 decades. pCAM was originally pocketCAM developed in 1999 for the Palm device.
– 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards. Engineering Award for “Outstanding Achievement in Engineering Development.”
– Technical Achievement Award from Society of Camera Operators. “For outstanding contributions to cinematography through the design and development of the pCAM Film+Digital Calculator.”
In many ways, pCAM Pro is a film school in itself, offering 26 core functions... pCAM Pro is the most practical and convenient go-to resource available. For a ridiculously small investment ($29.95), it answers the questions that must be answered every day to support our camera and lighting craft.Barry Braverman, Studio Daily (read review)
A great, useful app. Worth twice the price.JKJKJK333
One of the best, most authoritative and original ground breaking Cinematography apps of all time. Designed by a working camera crew member. I believe I’ve used p-cam since the Palm Pilot PDA days. Thanks!Kurt Director/DP
If you’re looking to preview field of view, calculate focal length matches, or just access the numerous reference charts which you might need out on a shoot, this “swiss army knife” cinema app has you covered.No Film School (read review)
This new version of pCAM Pro offers users an affordable, yet prolifically curated collection of technical data designed around and for the needs of serious Still Photographer and Cinematographers everywhere.ProVideo Coalition (read review)
I have been using this app for close to 10 years as a daily shooting professional photographer. Love the features, extremely well made, easy to use and great customer service. If you have a question, don’t hesitate to send a note and you will get helpful response within a day. Worth every penny!LowcountryMedia
So many great tools. As a VFX Supervisor I’m constantly using it. Triangulation, focal length match, depth of field preview and in a pinch the flat field colour generator as a quick lighting source. Really stable app!Peter McAuley
This app covers so many elements of cinematography and photography. I like that you can tell the app what camera and resolution you are capturing with. Input the variables of what you're doing and you get the exact answer for your situation. I am a camera assistant by trade and I use the app at least once a day.GilesoseliG
pCam Pro has saved my behind on many occasions. I’ve had to figure things out without the benefit of a DP’s advice and guidance and this app came through. Especially the FOV feature. That helped me determine the size of a stage I needed for a job. I cannot recommend this more highly. The cameras are updated constantly. Go to hip and pay for the privilege.peterkeenan
A true pro app! Very well built, knowledgeable and with great care to details. A must!ThFW
This is the most thought out camera app tool I've ever used. It's been around forever and improved upon all the way. Field of View function is worth it on its own!!!! Professional to say the least.NickAvisa
I've used this app to plan out entire Shot-lists...Bluejay V
All necessary topics are covered; this is the „Swiss army knife“ for photographers.tmb111
As a Steadicam operator, I use this app at least once on every shoot! Always up to date and easy to use. Worth every penny!LazaroFilm
I love this app. It's easy to use and helps me sort out my lens choices during pre production. It's one of those apps you wonder, ‘how did I get along before without it’.ScrabbleGenie
...With consistent new updates and apps, pCAM is absolutely worth every penny!Cscottcinema
This app should be considered a mandatory tool for anyone involved in cinematography, just like a light meter...Glenn Derry
As a 30 year veteran Hollywood 1st AC, this has been my go to reference app when it first came out as a Palm Pilot app. I have been using it since 2002 and have since stopped carrying around the ASC Cinematographers Hand Book.gushino