Leonard Fibonacci discovered that if you have a sequence of numbers beginning with 1,1, where the next number in line is the sum of the previous two, then the sequence will progress towards a more and more exact representation of the golden ratio. The fibonacci sequence is 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, etc.
Oddly enough nature tends to organize growth and limbs according to this sequence. For example the ratio between the length of limbs of your fingers is the golden ratio. The ratio between the length of your nose and the distance from the bottom of the chin to the bottom of the nose is the golden ratio. The spiral growth of crustaceans follows the golden spiral. The divine proportions are an in-built (or in-grained) aesthetic parameter we judge beauty by.
This camera focuses on composition and not on playing around with settings like ISO, White balance, Exposure, Saturation, etc... settings like this should be done automatically so that all you need to do is to compose and take the shot.
★What makes a camera great is the person behind it.★
This is the paid free version. No ads and does not access internet which improves battery and performance.
-Golden spiral (stretched)
-Symmetric Face Geometry
-Rule of thirds
-Time Lapse (Intervalometer)
-Sound level shutter trigger
-Light level shutter trigger
-Angle shutter trigger
-Off screen shooting (Candid mode)
-Vibration feedback (for Candid mode)
-Volume button shutter
-Silent shutter (Some devices have a locked shutter sound and cannot be turned off)
-Fast start up
-Full image resolution (standard 4:3 to maximize megapixel)
-Jpeg compression control
-Sensor sensitivity control
-User definable image output directory
-(New) Use the headset's previous and forward media button as focus and shutter release.
-(New Feature) Now supports a Bluetooth Remote app (Remote for SensorCamera).
PRO EXCLUSIVE FEATURE
-Manual ISO control
-Manual Exposure control
-More features soon.
To view photography tips go to the Facebook page on Options menu.
More features coming soon...
I'm trying to support most phones and tablets but I cannot guarantee full functionality. Please send feedback for improvements. Also please give your rating for this app.
Banner is an image of Mayon volcano in Legazpi city Philippines. All pictures used are owned by the publisher.
When hardware zoom stops, digital zoom takes place, when digital zoom stops, imagination takes on. Small foot print, powerful concept (80 x virtual zoom power for pro version, with live tele-mode). This app utilizes maximum megapixels with new 2k, 4k screen resolution technology.
The gallery is located under /Pictures/ScientificCameraPro.
1. The horizontal zoom bar represents the hardware camera's digital zoom.
2. The vertical zoom bar represents the virtual zoom power,
3. The focus box locks the virtual zoomed picture.
4. Optionally, touch binocular button on title bar, or the letter "W" at bottom-right corner to switch to "T" (tele-mode),
5. Hit the bottom-left camera button or just doubletap the screen to take the shot.
Most clear pictures with tele-mode using advanced algorithm.
On screen menu / context-menu for "Best Shot", "Effects" and "White Balance".
Flash-mode, auto / off / on / torch give user more choices in situations.
Wide angle mode with focus box make it easy to focus and take picture by default.
"Info Era" menu option to show google-glass, iwatch and Sci-Fi like "Geo Info" and "Weather Info" on upper right corner, which could be imprinted onto pictures. "Heart Rate", will show heart beat rate BPM and red cell density [0-255] in 10 secs when you press finger tip on rear camera lens. "QRcode/Barcode" option allows detection of QR code/Barcode from last photo taken, and if it represents an URL, the webpage would be shown.
This digital camera idea is inspired by my childhood experience on building powerful telescopes with low powered lens.
The sleek/cool UI layout and two dimensional zoom control pattern are copyrighted by InfoPlus.
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