Great for what it's supposed to be. The point of this app from a Product standpoint is to make the best photo possible with only one tap of a button. 9/10 times, the software driving the camera is using tools that a user isn't able to control, such as taking multiple exposures rapidly then stacking together for good, sharp low light photos. That's not something that can be outdone by a user manually setting an exposure value. Source: have $10k of pro photo gear but still use this app
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Edit: is been a while now, the stabilization in video mode, at least on the Pixel 4a, when zoomed in digitally tend to snap on the right of the scene even if the preview (while recording) the subject is correctly targeted, the final clip appears to be totally off scene, on the left edge, if not totally out. So this makes the uses of the zoom totally useless. (1 star just to highlight this issue)
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App works great if you just want to let the software take photos for you, but if you want to try to take more advanced photos, there just aren't options for setting things manually - or their hidden so well that I cant find them if they exist. I.E. I couldn't find a way to manually adjust exposure to take night shots.
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