I like it but... 1) I wish there were more formats. For SAR both UTM and USNG would be good. 2) I wish I could change the storage location for the photos. Other than that, great little app for documenting clues while searching. 3) I believe the time stamp on the photo is off by a month. Not good if I have to go to court and the evidence was photographed a month before the child disappeared.
Quick install and decent UI. I was looking to get something like Theodolite though which allows us to label pictures on the image itself. I perform environmental surveys so the ability to label the photos as i take them would save a lot of time and eliminate confusion later. If that feature could be added, it would be perfect.
Nice - except on my new phone, it inverts the IMAGE and not the instrumentation readouts when you view the new image... So useless for me, for now. Phone is Aquaris U Android 7.1.1 I have seen mention of new camera orientation problems due to OS changes. Your software is specialised...
Does what it claims to do: Takes pictures with GPS coordinates, azimuth, tilt angles, etc., embedded in the pictures as pixels forming visible text. There should be an option to store the GPS and other data in a text file somewhere for later, easy use. Options for plain text, CSV, and XML for the data store would be appreciated, but anything that is unambiguously parseable would be a vast improvement over what it stores now, which is nothing at all. Oh, sure, the lat and long are in the EXIF data (as they are for every photo I take with the regular camera app) but none of the other data such as view azimuth, tilt angles, etc. is there. ie what we have here is a "measuring tool" that apparently throws most of its measurements away as far as any machine-readable data store is concerned. Stupid. It's unbelievable that this app has been around for so long without this very useful and easy-to-implement feature. Oh... it should also have a setting for where to store the photos. "In the same place as the regular camera app stores them" would be a good option to offer.
Works as it should, gives me a picture with GPS coordinates....But the pictures are blurry. There needs to be a way to focus the camera. LG G5
Super useful for backcountry skiing. I can get elevation, slope angle, aspect and a photo record of it all with one shot.
-Added drop shadow to onscreen text for better visibility in light scenes
-Added support for volume keys to take photos
-Added option to use the phone's alternate (front) camera