A few facts about this app Basically it drives the CCD sensor flat out. In this mode the immage will be black and white so the green just makes it more visible in the dark. On my GS3 this app out performs the night mode by a clear margin. Out in garden at night usefull pic till eyes acomodate. GEN3 comes in at $4200 on a $650 phone I dont think so. Usable app
Better than expectation Ok it's better than my expectation... I don't have any infrared hardware, or any other stuffs in mobile.. still I could read the laters written on my antenna on terrace at night with a very dim light of moon.. it's not the actual night vision, but I hope newer mobile comes with those feature.. Yeah, 1 more thing, my default camera couldn't do it in same light.. Atleast with this app I could see the outline of the object n lot more.. Such apps should b rated more. 4 for now from me. :-)
Works well after 'calibration' Turned it on and walked from lighted room to dark room. It was not working. It turned on flash LED and that looked good, but it was still no better than my own vision. When I turned the LED off though, the night vision starting working great. I could see details all over the room that it did not show before. I walked thru the house to another dark room and the same thing was true. LED on/off and it worked better than before.
Night vision effect with save function. I know ads are necessary but they seem to be the primary feature of this app. It took my a while to figure out how to use it like a camera, since there isn't a "take picture" button. The save button works for that. And I wish it was really night vision. What it does do is change lighter colors to colors we perceive as "hot" like red and orange. In the dark nothing actually shows up in the image. Kind of disappointing. Said the girl who had never written an app and does not understand heat sensing technology
Supurb Does exactly what it claims! To those who say it doesn't work I suspect have not tried to set it up correctly. It works wonderfully and is easy to function. UPDATE 05/28/2015: Used this to shoot photos of solid red painted Stratocaster guitar and the wood grain below is clearly revealed! It appears as if there is no paint on the wood. It is an x ray camera in this use! Too cool!
Really not to bad You do need there to be some light for this to work. I did anyway..But you really don't need much light at all. It did not work for me at all in pitch darkness. You would need a night vision light to see in pitch dark. I believe it's a infrared light that makes it where you can see in complete darkness. But overall it is not to bad for as well as it does. If anyone knows of a better downloadable one for free. Please share.
1.1.5: Saved images are now orientated properly.
1.1.4: Fixed front camera not working on many ICS devices.