Monday, February 23, 2015

ProCam 2






         ProCam 2


Hey guys, its Alex here with my first ever blog review! Today, I am going to be featuring the ProCam 2 application, for all those people who love taking selfies or shoot any other kind of photography. This app was made by Samer Azzam and was featured as App of the Week from January 18th to January 24th on the Apple App Store. The app currently sells at $2.99.



The app features over 40+ filters and over 10+ types of lenses, whose appearance you can switch. Another neat feature is that you can alter the autofocus, contrast, ISO, and other factors manually, so that you get exactly what you want in each picture you take. If you like to change the picture ratio, well you're lucky, the app features 4 different options for pictures, and you can also alter the FPS of a video.

ProCam includes the following modes: Time Lapse, Slo-Mo, Level Video, 4K Video (Paid Feature), Video, Single Shot (Regular Picture), Night Mode, Anti-Shake, Burst Mode, Interval Mode, Sound Snap, Face Detection, Big Button Mode, and Level Mode.

Timelapse

Timelapse has the same features as the regular camera, except for the features I mentioned before about switching the FPS rate and resolution.

Slo-Mo

Slo-Mo also works the same, except for the fact that you can choose the framerate, including the 240FPS from the regular camera.

Level Video

This feature allows you to take videos using an indicator that tells you how straight is your device. I like the idea, but it just makes me more nervous when shooting a video.
 
  

















4K Video (Paid feature)

If you own an iPhone 6 or an iPhone 6 Plus, you are lucky, cause you can record videos in 4K resolution at 30FPS. iPhone 5S users can record at 4K, but with 25FPS. The 4K is achieved by upscaling the maximum 8MP resolution by 17%, so the app says. If you want this great add-on for your camera, its goinna cost you $5 when you buy it from the app.

Video, Picture, Anti-Shake, and Burst Mode

Once again, same as the regular camera, but with the resolution and FPS adjust.

Interval

If you wanna go manual with your timelapse, or need to take pictures of something every five minutes, you can use the interval mode. The maximum time between pictures is a minute.

Sound Snap and Face Detection

These features are found on your typical phone camera, except that the normal iPhone camera doesn't snap when taking a picture. This features work the same as the cameras in other phones, so no additional tech knowledge required.

Big Button

Big button works as an aid for your thumb when taking a picture by actually letting you touch the screen to take a picture, instead of the normal button.

Level Mode

This works just as the level video mode, it gives you a measure of your phones orientation.

In conclusion, this app works great, and I really like it. I use it on my everyday photo taking, and has even replaced my camera app! Be sure to give it a try and use it!

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