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Wednesday
Oct032012

Camera+ Updated to Take Advantage of the iPhone 5's Camera Low Light Mode

One the best third-party camera apps, Camera+, has been updated today with improvements to take advantage of the iPhone 5 low light sensitivity. The update improves the quality of photos when shared to Facebook.

The update notes highlight:

  • Better photos in low-light - On the iPhone 5 we now support the same low-light sensitivity as the native Camera app — if you're not camera-term inclined this just means you can take photos with less light than ever before. If you are camera-term inclined, your ISO can now go up to 3200 (vs 800 before - that’s 4 times MORE POWER). This will only kick in if it's really dark. [iPhone 5 only]
  • Higher quality photos when sharing to Facebook
  • iOS 6 and general bug fixes - We’ve addressed the issues some of you were having saving to the Camera Roll in iOS 6. If you deny access to your Photos, we’re unable to save to your Camera Roll! We’ve now made the error message clearer, but unfortunately we can’t make the prompt for permission clearer at this time

Camera+ for iPhone is available for $0.99 in the App Store [iTunes Link].

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