Goooooooooodddddd!!!! Its better then my one because my one gone to space and this one stayed
Google take note! If you have a Nexus device this will replace your stock camera app easily! This has all the functions I've been missing since I moved from HTC phones. What RAW, done. Want ISO control, done. Want exposure control, done. Want zoom, done. Want time stamp, done. It does all these things very very well for using a phone camera sensor. This is now the ONLY camera app I'll use. Thank you very much!
Used to work great on Marshmallow But I'm now on Android Nougat DP5 and the app keeps on crashing if you use the Camera2 API. It's a shame because that's why I use this app in the first place. EDIT: thanks for the reply, don't worry I'll wait for the update, and I increased my rating to support you. Are you working to implement camera2 completely? Because this is surprisingly the only good app to use it so I place a lot of expectations on it.
Great upgrade from camera on phone I have a Droid Turbo 2, but I have always regretted the standard camera did not allow for much in the way of manually changing the settings. I downloaded and tried every camera app recommended in those lists of Top 10, Top 12 and Top 15 camera apps for Android. None of them suited my fancy until I hit on Open Camera. This camera is an upgrade, and it is now my default camera.
Seems a bit unintuitive to set the shutter speed or control the exposure. You have to set a manual override for ISO, and then you gain access to on-screen controls to set ISO and shutter speed. It would be helpful to (a) allow a manual +/- adjustment to automatic exposure, and (b) allow setting shutter speed vs ISO under the automatic exposure mode. It would also be nice to have a histogram and focus peaking - even if they're only updated every half a second or so. Otherwise it all seems good.
This is a good enough app. My only complaint, which is a major one, is that I do not see the switch camera icon (nor can I enable it) despite the fact that my Nexus 5 has 2 cameras. I cannot view the rear camera which makes it a pain to take photographs with. However, because the stock Nexus camera failed me, this is the best alternative I've found so far.
1.32.1: Fixed crash on some devices for RAW.
1.32: Option for Raw DNG files. Only available in Camera2 mode and if your device supports it. Most Gallery apps don't recognise DNG files instead use special apps like Google Snapseed and Adobe Photoshop Lightroom or transfer to PC.
Focus volume key option no longer repeatedly focuses. Pressing both volume keys in this mode now takes photo.
Enabling auto-stabilise now shows info dialog. Select Don't show again to prevent the dialog showing again.