An alright app that needs more work. A manual would really and the guide that came with it us bare bones. There is a better short one on their Website that should be included. I am still figuring out features. It mimics classic camera controls. A big problem is that the grip is aimed at Apple with some Android phones being supported. The grip will not use cases and so the phone has a greater chance of damage if dropped. The app itself produces a narrower photo than the camera app.
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Extremely disappointed in this whole setup. Doesn't interface very well with their own hardware. Many features still say "Coming soon" in a product that is almost a year late. Does an extremely poor job of interfacing with camera hardware, no ability to adjust resolution or quality of images. Seems like it would have been easier to simply have the hardware interface with either the native camera app or Adobe's app (like in Lightroom...) but this one is too slow and very clunky. Disappointed
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I am very disappointed with this app. At the beginning, when the application worked, all options worked with a long delay, including the shutter button - 2 seconds! In addition, there is a very loud click of the shutter release, which cannot be adjusted to a quieter one... the zoom was limited, delayed w/steps. After update, the application stopped working at all! Sign "coming soon" comes out on a black screen ... is this a joke? I bought Pictar grip and I paid $150 "for a dog under the tail"
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