Pretty good! Makes me want to pull out my old K1000! Annoying things: 1) Camera settings are lost between uses. Wish I didn't have to turn on the yellow filter each time I open the app. 2) Wish the images were just saved to the phone storage rather than accessable only from the app until xfered. 3) Blacks get crushed too easily: the curves on the exposure slider need to be adjusted to maintain detail in the darks...and in the whites for that matter. But for the price, I'm really happy with it!
89 people found this review helpful
Ok, so this app takes great pictures.. But everything else is terrible. They try to have you do everything from the app, and it's bad. No help or instruction sections. It WILL NOT save to your phone automatically. You have to go to share>other and upload to Google photos, And despite being able to select multiple photos, it will only allow you to do It one at a time. Very awkward to use. The UI is garbage, it's pretty, but laggy as heck and awful to use
84 people found this review helpful
For non-photographer to explore b&w: easy pleasing interface but is missing critical info/control: No histogram, and no info or control of shutter speed or iso. So you just have to trust the auto exposure and squint and guess while you're editing whether or not shadows or highlights are blocked out, and that'll depend on your phone's screen brightness. The ability to switch out digitally simulated color lens filters on a black and white live view, though, is really cool and a great way to learn.
95 people found this review helpful