ProCamera8 is a camera replacement iPhoneography app. All the usual features including separate focus and exposure points and locks and adjustments together with control over ISO, white balance and shutter speed. Includes live Histogram, adjustable capture image ratio and a vast array of value adding features. I find this app quick and responsive. Widely recommended. Rating (all versions): 4.67905 (3742 ratings). Rating (current version): 4.67905 (3742 ratings). Current Price: USD8.99. Where there are iPhone and iPad apps, rating data and pricing relate to the iPhone app.
ProCamera is the leading professional photo and video camera app on iOS, catering to enthusiasts, creatives, and pros. For over 10 years, ProCamera has helped its users get the very most out of the iPhone camera.
––– LOVED BY MILLIONS OF USERS –––
The New York Times: “The high-end crowd swears by it”
National Geographic: “A must-have travel app”
––– BY PHOTOGRAPHERS, FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS –––
ProCamera is designed as a go-to camera app that is easy to use in everyday situations, yet deep and multifunctional when needed for special occasions and professional use cases. It offers maximum control over your iPhone camera, but it’s never in the way of capturing the image. Not only does ProCamera bring pro-level DSLR camera features but it also provides a high-end video recording mode and a comprehensive photo editing suite, incl. RAW and depth editing.
It’s our ongoing mission to make the iPhone the only camera you will ever need. This is why every aspect of ProCamera has been designed to perfectly capture the moment each time you tap the shutter button.
––– MAIN FEATURES –––
• Manual, Semi-Automatic and Automatic Mode • Independent Focus & Exposure control • Manual Focus with Focus Peaking • Exposure Compensation with Zebra Stripes • Portrait Mode for bokeh depth of field effect (incl. Depth Preview) • Dual & Triple Lens support • RAW, TIFF, JPG & HEIF support • Manual White Balance (Color Temperature & Tint) • Self-Timer & Intervalometer • Selfie Mode with display flash • AIS Image Stabilization on/off • EXIF/Metadata Viewer • Live Histogram • Digital Zoom • Adjustable Fill-Light (Torch) • Rapid Fire Mode • Apple Watch Remote Control • Various Aspect Ratios (16:9, 5:4,…) • Code Scanner (QR, Barcode,…) • Powerful Photo Album with full iCloud integration • Album Selector • Gray Card Calibration • Lightbox • 3D Tiltmeter
––– VIDEO FEATURES –––
• HD & UHD 4K Video (from 24 fps to HFR) • Manual Exposure & White Balance Controls • Dolby Vision HDR Video (iPhone 12 and up) • Support for bluetooth/lightning/USB Microphones (Apple AirPods, Shure MV88 and MV88+, etc.) • Stereo Audio (iPhone Xs and up) • Audiometer • Continuous Video Focus on/off • High Bitrate Recording • H.265 (HEVC) Support …and much, much more!
Visit features.procamera-app.com for a complete list.
––– PROCAMERA UP –––
ProCamera Up is an optional subscription upgrade that unlocks exclusive premium features:
AUTO PERSPECTIVE CORRECT Using the built-in gyroscope of the iPhone in conjunction with a patented technology enables you to capture photos that are free from perspective distortion. This groundbreaking feature includes a live preview as well as a dedicated editing studio.
Also included in ProCamera Up:
• Exposure Bracketing to increase Dynamic Range • Safeguarded Private Lightbox folder • Specialty Photo Filter Sets
The subscription will automatically renew (1 month/1 year), unless cancelled up to 24 hours before the end of the current period. To manage your subscription, go to Settings > iTunes Account & App Store > Apple ID > Subscriptions. The subscription fee will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase.
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