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iOS – 645 PRO – Updated

645 PRO is used by many iPhone photographers despite only launching in mid-April. It’s just been updated and you can see the full inclusions in What’s New below. This is a free update, if you have previously downloaded this app. If not, you can purchase it here. It retails for $2.99/£1.99/download.

What’s New In Version 1.11.1?



Experimental option to use torch as AF Assist lamp (via

➢ Disabled LZW compression for TIFFs when saving to Documents folder: larger files, but faster saving
Option to add Copyright and License data to EXIF data (via Note that selecting a Public Domain "license" overrides any copyright info

➢ Rule of Thirds grid now re-sizes to match different Backs

➢ The E6 and F5 Film Modes have been enhanced subtly

➢ The "shutter blind" is correctly positioned when the camera is rotated
The 645 back uses the full available image size on all devices

➢ Switching in and out of Night Mode unlocks exposure (if locked), preventing unpredictable exposure behaviour

➢ The maximum save buffer when TIFFs are being saved is correctly set to two, not five, files, preventing a possible memory overload
Enhanced memory management when saving TIFFs to Camera Roll, preventing a possible memory overload

➢ Fixed final lingering "zoom lock" issues
➢ Updated User Manual

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