No Slow Motion feature...plus now I can not click pictures while recording video... #Flash in HDR not that useful ..
Get your act together The loss of ability to take still pictures while recording video has been lost (yet again). This is the second time this has happened then they brought it back like it was a new feature. If you app is not ready with all functionality it had previously, why rush it to market? Lazy development. I would rather wait until it works right. I sometimes feel like using Google is like being a lifetime BETA tester.
Ruined. They have ruined it even more with the new version 3.1. The app can't be used with one hand anymore, you can't take still images while recording which is pathetic, to click any other options you have to either use your other hand or change the adjustment of mobile on your hand, it might be microseconds faster , might look a little better but it's not acceptable. Going back to the old version.
Decent... but to basic While it takes good pictures, it the lack of options, features, control over what type of exposure. My, previous phone was a Galaxy S5 and S6, and those phones stock camera app puts this one to shame. Come on Google, I know you guys can do better, but I just don't understand why you guys leave this camera app so far behind other stock one like the LG4, Note5, even the Motorola Pure X.
Excited to see an update, but it broke some good stuff Nice to see some improvements, especially to the superclunky former method of switching camera mode to video, but I really appreciated the longer shutter "bar" rather than just a single small shutter button because it meant you could easily reach it when holding the phone one-handed. I may be going back to the old version--disappointed.
Getting better Improved interface and performance, good to have the timer back although you can't set the time, only pick set intervals, support for wear could be better and also still unstable. Keep working at it Google.
• Nexus 6 Android 5.1 Lollipop only: Faster capture and shot-to-shot speeds in non-HDR+ mode
• Nexus 6 and Nexus 5 only: Faster HDR+
• Nexus 4 on Android 5.0+ Lollipop only: Improved stability, fewer reboots, fewer viewfinder errors
• Lens Blur: Improved quality and larger sizes (see Settings)
• User Interface updates: New capture and focus indicators