Hi friends! I have recently asked the Instagram camera community about their favorite apps that they use on set or for pre-production. So I just wanted to share the results here so we can all benefit from the answers I have received. And maybe if you have any apps that aren't listed please feel free to add them in the comments. Camera Related Apps Pocket AC (for Android only) This seems to be a great app that includes pretty much every single tool an AC could ask for. - Info on Cameras and Equipment - DOF/Split Focus calculator - Runtime calculator - Diopter Table - Field of View Calculator - Insert Slate - Flicker Info - You can log your shots within the app It seems like this app is a dream come true. For Android users that is. Which excludes me and probably at least 50% of you. So that's a real bummer. I hope we'll be getting this gem for iOS soon, too. Info at pocketac.com Lenstoolkit App The f8 Lens Tool Kit app is a nifty little helper in the camera department. - DOF - FOV - Sensor Size Info - Lens Match Feature (if you're using different cameras/sensors) - Image Circle You can easily add cameras and lens sets that you're using on a project and the very clean interface will allow you to get the desired info super quickly. Great app that I can highly recommend. Cine Lens App Store your selection of lenses and get all the info you'll need about them. I especially like that on many lenses you'll get info on the physical attributes as well, that way you can check the weight or length of a lens in order to plan ahead for gimbal setups for example. And you can share your selected lens line up with your DP/OP/fellow ACs so everyone has the info handy at all times. Info at cinelensapp.com PCAM Similar to the PocketAC app, PCAM gives you a great toolbox for camera related information. Personally I am not too crazy about their interface which is why I use it less than maybe I should. But it surely is the best alternative to pocketac for iOS users. Info at pcam.app Camlist App Camlist has been created by two of our French colleagues and helps you create and organize equipment rental lists. I am currently using it for the first time to prep a feature and I absolutely love it! It has a pretty decent catalogue of equipment already (which keeps growing) and lets you add missing equipment easily. Everything is neatly categorized so you won't overlook anything important. Also the app will warn you if some things are not compatible with each other or if you're missing a piece of gear. You can also add notes for each item, mark and select which piece of gear goes with which camera (a, b, c, d, ...) and the interface will mark privately owned gear so everyone knows if items are coming from the rental house or not. I highly recommend this app! Info at camlist.fr Production Related Apps Scriptation (subscription based) If you want to add notes to a script in the most advanced way possible: This is the app for you! I was looking for a way to add notes to the script on my iPad so I can keep track of dialogue changes or to highlight certain areas if a scene requires focus racks or something like that. This app lets you do that and much much more, but I have a feeling that it's a bit overkill for ACs (seems to be great for ADs and actors and such though). Info at scriptation.com Goodnotes As Scriptations seemed to be overkill: Goodnotes is what does the trick for me. I can add the script as a PDF and add notes quickly and highlight sections easily. Easy to use. Nuff said. Info at goodnotes.com That's the list so far. Also there is a website called profilmmakerapps.com which has info on many film related apps. You can categorize the apps by department and look for whatever is available for your OS.