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Won't record 60fps video. Recording stops after 1/4th second, unless there is an error. It used to be the most popular app. It's now a mess. An LG V60 is capable of 60FPS video at HQ. Record a 120x720 video at 60 frames per second. You can set bitrate to 25Mbps and then return to the camera screen to see it saying "56Mbps". The bitrate that I have set is completely ignored by it. It then stops recording after only 1/4th of second and says that there is an error.
Non-numeric and unintuitive controls are available. It shouldn't take me long to figure out what shutter speed I am selecting. Basic controls should not be placed in sub-menus and controls shouldn’t be visible from the middle of the VIEWFINDER. A star is given for good functionality. Loss of all other stars for poor interface.
It's beautiful. However, the colors are now strangely muted in video and photos. Although it is almost all grayscale, there are still some colors. It's very strange. It was very strange so I stopped using it. I have not been able to find the solution. This is not a camera mode and does not depend on the available light. It seems to have been around a year since it was first introduced. I love all of the settings and controls. It's now unusable due to missing colors. This issue is not present in other camera apps.
Although it was once ahead of its time, the default app for taking photos has caught up. The screen stays on full brightness all the time, which is something that I find incredibly useful. Many of the settings in Open Cam are not necessary. They don't make any difference and they're arranged in ways I'm not sure about. Consider focusing your development efforts on improving the experience of photography. Although the "scenes" may be a good start, they are far too simple right now. Go wild!
It is the most popular free third-party camera. It was something I didn't know, but it is now clear that certain features of Samsung phones are restricted to third-party apps. The telephoto lenses, 12-bit and 16-bit raw, (only 10-bit available as far I know), 8k video (8k Video), 108MP, macro mode, and many other features are just a few examples. The focus bracketing and exposure are my favorite features. These are very useful because I often end up editing on my laptop.
Highly recommended if you own a Pixel 6. The pixel 6 is great for selfies, especially with the latest updates. The camera app is a bit behind the times. For some reason, the final image from the main camera is often not as sharp as the preview. This app seemed almost nonexistent when I got my phone. It is amazing now. It would be nice if shutter controls were available.
This allows users to achieve amazing things but requires PROFILES in order to shoot modes. It is necessary to have CUSTOM PRESETS, which can be saved, updated, deleted, and duplicated. It's not necessary for the user to reprogram every shooting mode. This means that the user spends more time adjusting settings than taking photographs.
Video Recorder doesn't work! It just plays an all-gray video. The same result was achieved even after reinstalling the app. It's very simple to use if you just need a camera for photos. It refused to record despite me trying all possible video settings. Mark, this is a fantastic college football player.
Problem: The app has a lot of great features that allow you to record high quality videos. It beats Samsung's built-in camera app. Recently, I experienced an issue with the rear camera. The exposure was erratic and white flashes were frequent. It is not clear why but it does happen. I would appreciate any help from anyone who can explain.
It has all the features that I need in a camera application. It has great external mic support! The only thing that I would change is to have it not record any sound from my phone. Some videos I have seen recently include this "start recording". It is possible to trim the video, but it can be annoying.
It is a good camera app that adds manual controls for older devices, which were removed in order to simplify things for consumers. However, it is a bit glitchy as the app hangs often after taking several photos and refuses capture of a new one until I restart it. It is running Android 7.0 on my Google Pixel phone. There are no issues with compatibility. If/when bugs are fixed and it becomes easier to use, I'll definitely raise the stars. It's the only option that I found, and it is the best, at least until then. However, this does not reflect the many alternatives.
Although it may seem daunting initially, the app offers a lot of control and can prove to be extremely useful. You can take very precise, focused photos with exposure lock. This is hands-down the most powerful camera app available. Although you don't get any fancy filters or dancing hot dogs you still get all the power needed to create great images. Excellent application.
The app is exactly what I needed. There are many settings, controls and options, such as the ability to take multiple pictures at once on a timer. This is also called time-lapse photography. The only problem I have is with the "infinitely". My phone has no lock, it is connected to the wall and turned on. However, my timer keeps randomly stopping. It will work fine for several hours, then it stops randomly. It's annoying that it keeps stopping.
It is easy to use, and it works with USB microphones. This is very important for me. Update: The application does not allow you to adjust the mic gain. Although this wasn't a problem, I have noticed that Open Camera's gain can vary and my recordings aren't always the same, even though everything else is the same. A recording I made was also way too low, and it was almost impossible to salvage the audio. It's still a fantastic application, and it's completely free! But I still need mic control. I will probably consider Filmic, which is not free.
This is a wonderful idea. It would be amazing to capture RAW images. Sometimes the photos don't save. Other times they appear to go down to the gallary when you take a picture. However, they only save 75% of your time. When you look back at the photos, 25% are left. This was a huge help when our family lost many photos. Both SDCard as well as Internal storage savings were tested. Similar behavior with Xperia 1 & Xperia 1II.
Follow below steps to download and install Open Camera app for Desktop
First, download and install an Android emulator software to your Laptop.
Run the emulator software and open Google play store to install Open Camera
Now, you will be able to setup and run Open Camera on your Computer via the emulator.
To troubleshoot any errors that you come across while installing the Android emulator software, you can go through the software’s official website.