No RAW Support Note 4? When I first upgraded from my Note 3 to the Note 4 the app said I had to have Lollipop to activate RAW. Now that I have it it tells me my phone is not supported. WTF? RAW was my main reason for purchasing FV-5.
sorry for all these complains... I can't find hdr. and some more colouradjustment settings as well as easier access to them would be great. and one more thing: saturation changes don't work on my cm12.1 sgs5...
Not working with Note 4 The entire purpose of this app is to take pictures and yet that's the only thing this app is not allowing me to do. This app sucks. Honestly a complete and utter waste of $4. Don't waste your time if you have a Note 4 because this app won't work. Very disappointed.
Great APP! Needs a fix though. App works great most of the time except the occasional app crash. Please fix the touch light metering. Does not work on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, but does on the Nexus 6.
Using Samsung S6 Edge with Lollipop 5.1.1 I find the first shot taken will not have the RAW/DNG file attached along with the JPG. A second shot will produce both a DNG and JPG and so will all following until the app is closed, and then back to first shot no DNG, second and on will have both when reopened. Second is that the phone does have optical image stabilization, but it is not active in the app as there is no "wiggling hand icon" in the menu shown to display what it is doing if any. It may be off by
I like it, but will someone please change the ugly icon that appears in the app drawer and in the home screens, as well as in the opening screen in the app? When the rest of the app is beautiful, the ugly icon really stands out. In addition, for users that have also bought Cinema FV-5, a combined icon for the app drawer instead of two icons would be nice.
- Improved: support for the Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 edge after receiving the Android 5.1.1 update. Fixed the problems with the stretched viewfinder. RAW capture is reliable and faster. Optical image stabilization is improved as well.
- Improved: autofocus performance on the Nexus 5, Nexus 6, LG G4 and Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 edge.
- New completely redesigned photo review dialog that replaces the old one.