I like very much the rear or standard camera, I haven't really tried it in low light. For the front or selfie, it's another story. Switching cameras require choosing the menu button and then switch cameras, it would be good that it appeared in the main screen. Also, you cannot point in the camera to have the camera meter, so if the center of the screen makes a scene to bright or too dark, it's not easy to choose another spot to use that as the medium. And quality wise, I find that it is more noisy than the stock camera. I have a OnePlus 5T.
One of the first pro feature camera apps on the market. Originally purchased in 2011, it's still a must have in my app line up. (To the developer. Please consider adding a "one second" option in the timer function for a quicker succession with taking photos when using the timer as a means of averting camera shake when taking exposaking. )
Disappointed The app does not work on MI A1 Dual camera setup and almost always freezes. The low light performance is also horrible. I hope the Dev. does something about it.
Great camera app, had problems with Android native camera. Easy to use lots of useful settings, takes video as well, great results.
This app is died, only changed icon for resell purpose. I've reported some bugs and developer doesn't response for my report or updating app to fix it.
Are you going to bring Raw to this app? Thought you gave up!
Photo orientation bug fix