Camera+ 3.6 Adds Front Flash, Live Exposure Improvements
You’d think app developers would eventually hit a wall where they simply ran out of new features to add, but that doesn’t seem to be the case with Camera+, which just pushed out another great update for both iPhone and iPad.
Claiming to have made the impossible possible, Camera+ has introduced a flash for your front-facing camera with the latest version. No, they’re not sneaking new hardware into your iOS device, but the app will now light up your screen while taking a shot with the front camera to help illuminate the scene.
If your friends complain that your photos are always crooked, the new horizon level feature will soon have them singing your praises instead with a nonintrusive software solution.
Live Exposure is another big addition to Camera+, allowing budding pros to see the details of their exposure parameters before actually taking the shot. That includes ISO, shutter speed and f/stop, and thanks to this new feature, framing with the iPhone 5 is also more accurate than ever.
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