There's a few on Amazon that have phone holders and remotes for pretty cheap, I got this one https://www.amazon.com/UBeesize-Extendable-Bluetooth-Aluminum-Lightweight/dp/B07NWC3L95/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=phone+tripod&qid=1629435918&sr=8-3
Thanks for all the information! Was this the app?:
I was in the prairies for a bit (SK) and now I'm in Metro-Vancouver. I'm thinking I'd have to drive at least an hour for anything like this.
Here's the one in getting off Amazon
For what it's worth, if you look at my profile I have a few photos and the below link is what I used ( my 8 year old niece's Christmas gift)
Really just anything that will steady the phone and you can bend/reach to get the snap photo button.
I'm not sure, but here's an article stating it was added to the Xl also. https://www.gsmarena.com/latest_google_camera_mod_enables_super_res_zoom_and_astrophotography_for_pixel_and_pixel_2-news-39823.php
This is a nice shot. Get a magnet out of it for $1 https://slickdeals.net/f/12079967-cvs-4-x6-photo-magnet-0-99-w-same-day-pick-up?src=frontpage
I used an app called Auto Clicker (Free).Auto Clicker Waited 250 seconds between each click and took 25 pictures.
Its nothing fancy, I just like it because its light and portable. https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B08P53RRFG/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&th=1
I did have to buy a different camera bracket because the one that comes with the tripod is to small for the 6. The JOBY - GripTight Mount PRO Holder for Smartphone does a good job.
Pretty sure he's referring to this one https://www.apkmirror.com/apk/developed-with-google/playground-marvel-studios-avengers/playground-marvel-studios-avengers-1-0-181009016-release/playground-marvel-studios-avengers-1-0-181009016-android-apk-download/
However after installing it on my pixel 2 I had no luck using it
try this and it should show up. Works on my stock pixel 2 xl camera and the ported pixel 3 camera apps.
I got it from reddit but it's this one: Google Camera 6.1.021.220943556 (arm64-v8a) (nodpi) (Android 9.0+)
The DPI option didn't work either
I recommend having both something small and light that you can easily carry around and setup anywhere and then something bigger and heavier that you can setup from car or at home and have it rock solid steady. Also makes it easier to set phone up higher, setup a lawn chair, and watch the timer to take multiple photos in a row to clip the videos together
You don't need anything fancy though because it's a phone and it's lightweight. I use my big DSLR tripod with a phone mount most of time. You can just get any cheap one on Amazon.
I have a manfrotto pixi to carry around everywhere.
Phone mount: Ailun Tripod Phone Mount Holder Head Standard Screw Adapter Rotatable Digtal Camera Bracket Selfie Lens Monopod Adjustable Ring Light for Camcorder,Compatible for Most Cellphones https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072KNBV21/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_GMQGAEMQ465A4ADNX91G
Blur Image - it's a freebie :-) It allows you to pixelize or blur as you want, and you can adjust the level of blur or pixilation as you need.
I'd be curious to know the actual, physical shutter length of the 4a/4/4XL. Had to use OpenCamera to find out as GCam doesn't let you go full manual. GCam does several exposures using HDR type techniques to build detailed night shots I've seen.
Have tried doing astrophotography going full manual, using OC to do several exposures, ISO's, shutter lengths and bracketing. GCam does all of this fast, so they come out epic. Have got some good manual shots, but not quite as.
Use OpenCamera. Before jumping right in, go through it's menus to enable Camera2API ability.
Surprised GCam doesn't offer manual modes, was something I was somewhat disappointed with (even on my Pixel 5). OpenCamera will let you manually adjust all elements; Exposure, Focus, Shutter, ISO etc.
Do you like it? Something you'd recommend?
I had been looking at this simply due to the range. But the reviews are somewhat mixed and the actual range is up for debate.
Appreciate the response.
Not necessarily sure of which one to recommend. I have been meaning to buy one but I'm unsure because I can normally find something to prop the phone up against. I have had this tripod saved to my wishlist though... Something small and portable but that's just me. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07JGXPYL5/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_fabc_MLT4Fb3JCZA6J?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I have downloaded Adobe's Lightroom Camera app. It has a manual mode. Never tried it a lot though, but I think it should be good as Marc Levoy (former Pixel camera team head) is now at Adobe.
It uses a clip to attach to the phone so phones with really small bezels like the 2 XL might have the top right part of the screen covered.
BC Master iPhone Camera Lens kit HD Pro, No Distortion,No Dark Circles , 110° Super Wide Angle + Macro Lens, for iPhone 6 7 Samsung Smartphones Video Selfie https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XKP986X/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_Vp3VAbTYK0NR2