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There's also an app called A Better Camera which has a Super mode which does something similar
On my Nexus 5, ABC's Super Mode has the brightest, lowest noise and dynamic range compared to HDR+ and Cortex (haven't used Cortex for a while, it was still in beta when I last tried it, will try it again)
But ABC's Super Mode looks quite overexposed and sort of fake/edited, I usually only use ABC's Super Mode when I when zoom
Cercavo una app per la fotocamera facile da usare e con i settaggi veloci (mi piace fotografare gli animalini e i bastardi non stanno mai fermi ).
Alla fine ho optato per questa.
Va molto bene, menù a tendina con "tasti grossi", ha alcune funzioni molto utili tipo l'exposure bracketing, e fa delle gran belle panoramiche. Ha anche la possibilità di personalizzare tutti settaggi addentrandosi nei vari menù.
Li vale tutti i 99 centesimi che costa.
A better camera has a best shot mode that takes several pictures and selects the least blurry of them. Free with in-app purchases, so you can give it a try.
Hopefully its superresolution, not upscaling
I think OPPO and OnePlus phones also have a similar feature
This third party here works very well on my Nexus 5, tends to overexpose quite a lot through
Have you tried A Better Camera Free/A Better Camera Unlocked
IMO ABC's Super Mode is better than stock HDR+ when it comes to low light & night time
But I still use HDR+ in good lighting conditions
Also Super Mode is great for zooming, e.g. if I'm in the back of the lecture room and can't see well
Also has pretty good manual controls and RAW DNG output, but I'm too lazy to edit manually since Super Mode does a good enough job for me
You can also have a look at A Better Camera. Link Me A Better Camera.
It has camera2 api support along with experimental features like super resolution as well.
I picked it up when they were giving a promo code to unlock all features.
Are what I use. Those links are the free versions and very limited, but the full versions are nice with white balance and all that jazz. They just have a learning curve. Android 6.0 offers RAW photography and manual camera controls.
i've gotten pretty good results by using the app "a better camera" for people/moving objects in burst mode. i keep a widget on the home screen so i can launch directly into burst mode quickly to make sure i get a good shot quickly (great for kids/pets) and i stick to google's stock camera in HDR for scenic shots of inanimate objects like flowers and rocks. i find most 3rd party camera apps, even the ones harnessing the Camera 2 api have poor image processing resulting in inaccurate colors and blown out bright spots.
Did you use the stock camera or a photo app?
I've been using A Better Camera and the pictures it takes are awesome in best-shot mode.
14? wow, at what point, does it make sense to move them to a desktop?
what do you use for HDR images? I take a lot of them, sometimes they come out too ... HDR-ish, if you know what I mean.
Although my new phone nexus5X, does a good job at keeping skin color a little more true to actual skin color. I use A better camera for HDR.
Crappy might have been too strong of a word here, since its definitely decent for this price range. And you are right, Google Camera does seem to have some focusing issues in low light.
Anyway, you might want to try out A Better Camera. The UI is a little lacking, but it does have pretty decent modes for post-processing, such as HDR and Dynamic Range Optimisation.
While I haven't tried it with my new-to-me S5, I was able to get slightly better night time shots with A Better Camera on my LG G3. It has a "night" mode.
my nexus 5x stopped focusing the camera so the Swift2x in better in that respect, I tend to use the "a better camera" app and it seems to help with any shortcomings.
My nexus 5X went into a can't boot, won't boot mode also.
I got stuck with A Better camera (ABC) - great features and it was the only one that allowed me taking pictures in raw. The Lightroom app was producing corrupted raw files with it's own camera feature.
Sounds that way to me as well.
A Better Camera is another one with an HDR mode, but also has a toggle it calls DRO (dynamic range optimization?) that is similar. In the end, the success of this app will come down to its implementation of these features, and I welcome the new competitor to the market.
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