All problems fixed, now it is fantastic! Now I can use the flashlight while recording videos on the go flawlessly and record in 60fps, best camera app ever. I also love to be able to choose the bit rate and for me 720p in 60fps at 8 mbits is the sweet spot. Super smooth and fast recording with no low bitrate boxy effects, and at this rate makes calculating video size a breeze because 1 second equals to about 1 MB. I am running the latest CyanogenMod system on my old Galaxy S5 and this app is way better than the stock, they should buy it from you!
My go-to Camera App Snap Camera is blazingly fast, has a wonderful UI and great intuitive features. I always get the shot I'm looking for. If your phone has the Camera2 API, the available manual controls allow for precise control that again, are intuitive and fast. My only complaint is that the app crashes when shooting HDR+RAW. This is a camera app you need to try, I love it!
I have to edit my review. The latest update seems to have broke a few things on my Note 4. Videos always have the recorded beep at the beginning, audible in the video itself, even with silent shutter. Also, sharpness control doesn't seem to work well at all. It's on or off, no in-between. Lastly, video bit rates are inconsistent, where it used to be. I want to go back to the older version.
An excellent advanced level camera app for serious photographers All of the advanced level and manual features you'd expect of a high end DSLR, now available for smartphones. A very well designed and stylish experience.
It bugs I'm on LG G2, when I was using the trial I was able to take raw pictures, when I upgraded I took 2 more pictures in raw but ever since then every time I try to take a new raw picture the image just freezes and it doesn't do anything, doesn't save the file nor it allows me to change to another mode this is really annoying because I bought this only for the option to take raw files... Plus the manual mode featured in the pictures was nowhere to be seen in the app.
Post processing mirror flips on wrong axis When taking a picture in portrait mode, the image is flipped vertically (upside down).
Dial for selecting camera mode
Improved 3 frame HDR
Many new features and bug fixes.