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That’s the way a camera should work, really.
Halide’s Smart RAW harnesses ML to exposure your RAW files better, for maximum detail and less noise.
Completely redesigned for Mark II, Halide packs intuitive gestures, gorgeous details, and effortless ease of use.
Designed to be used with one hand on all phones without compromising on power.
New in Mark II: Edge gestures for mode switching. Tactile Touch enables and disables focus and exposure aids as you need them. And three new, custom typefaces.
Halide Mark II packs the best pro camera tools on the App Store.
Check for accurate exposures with the new extended dynamic range (XDR) 14-bit color zebras and waveforms.
Use your ideal histogram with large and small displays featuring monochrome and color options. Perfect manual focus with automatic enhanced focus peaking and a new focus loupe.
Get started with shooting in RAW with Halide Mark II’s new Instant RAW and Coverage features.
Professional photographers know that shooting in RAW can enable better, more detailed photos. But the magic of RAW files is kept locked away to those that knew how to properly edit them. Halide’s Instant RAW lets you immediately capture shots with more detail, dynamic range and an authetic look — all without ever having to edit anything.
Still unsure if RAW is the best choice? Coverage lets Halide shoot two photos — one with Smart HDR and Deep Fusion, and one in RAW.
Now you’re free to shoot first, and ask questions later.
Halide was designed with our favorite object in mind: the delightfully tactile and beautiful film camera, without compromising on the flexibility and power of mobile photography.
Gestures are modeled after the intuitive manipulation of dials: swiping up and down for exposure, and left and right for focus. The interface is simple and free of clutter, letting you focus on your artistic process.
We pay homage to the design heritage of more than a century of camera design with completely custom typefaces and typography throughout based on etched type on camera bodies and lenses.