Tested on LG V10 and LG v20. On LG V10 compatibility test app says it's supported, but it always crashes on start. Fail. On the v20 it starts and functions. Shutter is a little faster than the stock app, but you can't use either of the wide-angle cameras. You are limited to 2 of the phone's 4 cameras. This will probably be the case with other phones with duel front or rear cameras as well. Additionally, while understandable, it doesn't take advantage of the secondary screen, which would have been a great place to offload controls to. Not docking any points for failure to support a niche feature like this though.
It's a nice app, but it feels a bit lacking. I would like to see support for creative photo modes, such as HDR (with bracketing and photo settings), HHT, Time Lapse, Ultra long exposures, maybe even some autonomy (like remote triggers, timed exposure intervals, etc). Video support would be nice too.
Did anybody read the description? It says try the compatibility test first, morons. I think this is a great app (Galaxy S8) and it works well. Doesn't seem as though you can take videos though. Maybe it's only made for pictures. Not sure if it's just professional camera stuff I don't get, but this camera is great.
everything is good I love it so much. the only thing is it cannot save the photo I have taken directly into sd card. May I know is there a way to solve this issue?
It use to work but it doesn't save any of my photos. Found out the hard way. Nexus
Run the compatibility test first, people! This is an amszing app for those who like more control over their phone's camera. It enables DSLR camera features on your Android phone. It does a phenomenal job on the Samsung S8+ (the S8+ already comes with great stock camera/camera software). It's a good app for manual camera enthusiasts.
*** Please read the description and run Compatibility Test first, to see if your device supports manual camera controls ***
- Bug fixes