Daily App Giveaway

Our Daily App Giveaway – Artemis HD For iPad 2

Welcome once again to our Daily App Giveaway section of theappwhisperer.com. We value our readers so much we want to share our love of apps with you. That’s why we have created this new section as each day we will be giving away free apps.

Today, we have Artemis HD codes to spare, each worth $29.99. This version of Artemis is a digital directors viewfinder for the iPad 2 (with built in camera). Designed for both cinematographers and directors, Artemis works in much the same way as a traditional directors viewfinder but more accurately and with loads more features.

By selecting a camera, an aspect ratio and a group of lenses, Artemis allows you compose shots with the same field of view as the lenses you will be shooting with. You can then save images, complete with focal length, GPS data, tilt angle, bearing and shot information. Perfect for location scouting or making storyboards.

So, how you do get your hands on these codes, that retail for $29.99? Well, it’s simple, all you have to do is Like us on Facebook, join our ever expanding Twitter followers and reply to this post telling us what you love most about theappwhisperer.com. That’s it.

Make sure you check back to our Daily App Giveaway Section every day.


Artemis has been field tested with every camera in the developers’ database to make sure that the field of view is correct. No other multiformat directors finder has as many camera specific formats.

Please note that field of view is measured from the "nodal point", roughly mid way down the length of the lens, in keeping with the method used by lens manufacturers. Bear this in mind when comparing Artemis to your camera/lens combination.

Camera Formats Included


16mm Film Standard, Super & 1.3 Anamorphic
35mm Film Standard, Super & Anamorphic
65mm Film 35mm Digital (ARRI Alexa, ARRI D-21, RED One, Sony F35, Panavision Genesis)
High Speed Digital (Phantom, Weisscam)
2/3" Digital (Sony F23, Thompson Viper, Panasonic Varicam, SI 2K)
1/2" Digital (including Sony EX3 & EX1)
1/3" Digital (including Panasonic HVX200)
Digital Stills Format (including Canon 1D, 5DMkII & 7D) 



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