Great retro cam bad jpg and upside down Its sad but the compression used for the final output is adding so many artifacts to the image that the images cant really be used in social media. It is embarrassing compression that does not deter the sharp edges created by the paradoxically beautiful imaging algorithms. The images also come upside down which forces you to rotate them further destroying them.
Preview looka great but- The app has some odd behavior. Rear camera does a vertical inverse flip when the photo is saved. Front camera is fine. The preview looks great, but quite a bit off when the photo is processed and saved. Lastly, when shared or viewed after sharing the source photo, the picture is tiny. On the NES setting it seems to just blow up a very low resolution photo. Could use some work for a paid app.
Needs more options I would like to have more basic camera options. Like image size is too small & there is no zoom. If the dev would add these basic features it would get 5/5 from me.
Great concept. One issue. Awesome graphic concept. Only problems with the app in my end is when picture saves, it saves vertically inverted and when I delete it it crashes. Please fix. Using Boost Moto G
Decent app but needs some tweaks I like bitcam for what it does but it would actually become much more useful to me if it allowed greater control over what formats and sizes images are saved in. When you zoom right in you can see the pixels get compressed and aliased and you lose a lot of the sharpness if you resize the images up to bigger sizes. Saving to bitmap would be ideal. Compression shouldn't even be considered for such images since they're so small and have so little color information anyway.
It's getting better. Nerdstalgia Cam is the best app of this kind. Unfortunately it doesn't play nice with newer phones. This app is an okay replacement. I still miss Nerdstalgia's filters though.
Now with Nexus 7 support!
+ New look! The color of your pixels will pop even more with a dark background.
+ New Atari filter!
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