Its ok but weird sometimes Changed the original colour settings and cant find a restore button. Also i cannot pinch zoom the last shot pics in the viewer. Features are too good. I will appreciate if the settings pop up are lil big!
Awesome! The standard camera doesn't work on my phone (galaxy s4) when using cyanogenmod v11, even with the camera fix app. This app, however, works without issue! My only problem is that the image is stretched horizontally. The final taken photo doesn't have this problem, fortunately. Edit: reducing rating because the app takes photos sideways! It looks fine when taking the shot, but afterwards I have to rotate every photo in the gallery!
Yeah. It doesn't work on DNA, But!! It works on my Sony Xperia Z Ultra running Cyanogenmod 10.2 RC. Pretty sweet too, cause I've been waiting to use this since it came out.
If i could go back in time and strangle the UI developer. I would I just accidentally deleted 21 of my amazing pictures from past couple of days because the counterintuitive swipe feature deletes the pictures as you swipe down. why did i do that? because to access the pictures in the app you first have to swipe down. pictures gone forever because the developer did not want to add a delete feature.
Great but So far can't switch between photo and video then back to photo without it freezing up. Note 2 verizon running kitkat.
Understanding this is a beta, I'll write my findings with the Moto G: Focal includes some fundamental camera settings that the Moto G oddly lacks, like white balance options, manual exposure adjustment and pixel resolution choices. Unfortunately Focal is too buggy. The biggest bug is that the viewfinder is zoomed in (photos are still taken with the full range of the lens). It also freezes while switching between photo and video mode, and it doesn't seem to have auto exposure. But the big question: can it improve the awful quality of the Moto G's photos and videos? Sadly the answer is no. The results are just as bad.
- (Finally) fixed regressions on Nexus 5, Nexus 7 (2013) and a few other devices.
- More fixes to come soon