DSLR Camera Pro was a great camera app for the Nexus 4 and the Nexus 5. Unfortunately, on the Nexus 6, it often lags for a while after opening and sometimes gets stuck while saving a photo. Is that because of higher memory requirements due to the higher camera resolution? Perhaps, but the stock camera app doesn't suffer from such issues. That issue aside, the interface is well thought out and all the controls are accessible quickly. Only wish it performed better on the Nexus 6.
DSLR Camera Pro This camera app is one of the easiest professional grade app found in the Google store. I've tried many camera apps for the mobile phone, each with its own operational quirks which cannot be similarly used in other apps. This app, however, is easily learned without one having to be a pro photographer in order to use it. Try it...you'll like it. Great pix too!
Utterly Disappointed! Xperia Z3 user I spent money on this app out of good faith only to learn that I can't recommend it to anyone else. It's specially true to the fact that there are free apps out there that are far more innovative and offer far more Control over the camera than this app (to name a few lg camera, open source camera)
Problem with Android M (on Nexus 5X) Loved the app, but since Android M the picture is always shown upside down. According to Google it's a known permission problem with apps which haven't been updated yet. Please fix this.
Looks really nice ... But UPDATE: Still no video, on the rare occasion that I need video I like to know its there to use. The app idea is great and the visual appearance is what I wanted, few niggles though, when you rotate the other way, not all icons rotate and also Where's Video, I know its a DSLR app but really I can't use it as my default as it has not video option
Disappointed I'm trying to find a better camera app for my new phone. I have a KitKat 4.4.2 android phone with a Sony 13MP F2.0 CMOS sensor. This app offers a lot of cool camera settings but what good are those settings if the focusing is slow and not sharp in macro mode. I've tried free camera apps that focus faster and better than this. Also, my display does not show a setting for light metering as advertised here. I guess Camera FV-5 is still the best choice for my device.
- many bugfixes & performance improvements
- bugfixes for Samsung Galaxy S4, LG Optimus G Pro, Sony Xperia Z1, Oppo Neo R831, GABA A57, Celkon A15 and more
- bugfixes for devices with KitKat upgrade - they won't crash anymore