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|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Android||Photography||1.28.1||November 30, 2017||4.3|
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Version 1.28.1 released on November 30, 2017
Version 1.33 released on November 28, 2017
Version 1.41.1 released on October 21, 2017
1.41.1: Fixed some crashes in 1.41.
What's New dialog now shows (once only) new features.
Take photos while recording video. UI improvements (switch photo/video and switch camera icons now next to take photo icon; ISO controls now moved to exposure panel). HDR improvements (including ghost removal).
Performance improvements and bug fixes. Added Norwegian Bokmål translation (thanks to Imre Kristoffer Eilertsen).
Version 1.40 released on August 18, 2017
Improvements to HDR algorithm (problems with HDR photos coming out too dark).
Changing color effect or white balance is now faster, and no longer closes the popup (unless switching to manual white balance); for Camera2 mode, changing scene mode is also faster.
Improved performance when leaving Settings.
Pause icon now changes when pausing video (thanks to Johan Ejdemark).
Polish translation (thanks to Jacek Buczynski).
Various other fixes and performance improvements.
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Open Camera is a fully featured and completely free Camera app for Android phones and tablets. Features:
* Option to auto-stabilize so your pictures are perfectly level no matter what (see example image).
* Expose your camera's functionality: support for focus modes, scene modes, color effects, white balance, ISO, exposure compensation/lock, face detection, torch.
* Video recording (including HD, and taking photos while recording video).
* Handy remote controls: timer (with optional voice countdown), auto-repeat mode (with configurable delay).
* Option to take photo remotely by making a noise (e.g., voice, whistle), or by voice command "cheese".
* Configurable volume keys.
* Optimise GUI for left or right-handed users.
* Zoom via multi-touch gesture and single-touch control.
* Option to lock orientation to portrait or landscape for photo or video. Upside-down preview option for use with attachable lenses.
* Choice of save folder (including support for Storage Access Framework).
* Disable shutter sound.
* Overlay a choice of grids and crop guides.
* Optional GPS location tagging (geotagging) of photos and videos; for photos this includes compass direction (GPSImgDirection, GPSImgDirectionRef).
* Apply date and timestamp, location coordinates, and custom text to photos; store date/time and location as video subtitles (.SRT).
* Yes you can take a selfie (also known as front camera), includes support for "screen flash".
* Support for (some) external microphones.
* Widget to automatically take a photo after launching.
* Support for HDR (with auto-alignment and ghost removal) and Exposure Bracketing.
* Support for Camera2 API: manual focus distance; manual ISO; manual exposure time; manual white balance temperature; RAW (DNG) files.
* Dynamic range optimisation mode.
* Small file size.
* Completely free, and no ads in the app (I only run ads on the website). Open Source.
(Some features may not be available on all devices, as they may depend on hardware or camera features, the Android version, etc.)
If you wish you can show your appreciation and support future development of Open Camera by donating! This can be done by purchasing my donation app at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=harman.mark.donation . Thanks!
Note that it's not possible for me to test Open Camera on every Android device out there, so please test before using Open Camera to photo/video your wedding etc :)
App icon by Adam Lapinski ( http://www.yeti-designs.com ).
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