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iOS Photography App – ProCamera 7 – Updated

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ProCamera 7 is a very popular image capture and editing app for iOS photography and videography. It has just been updated with as the developers describe ‘one of our most feature packed updates to date’.

The updates include new TIFF file saving, Open-in functionality, high res Instagram support and Shadows and Highlights correction tools.

You can read more about the updates below. This is a free update if you have previously downloaded this app. If not, you can download it here. It retails for $4.99/£2.99.

 

 

New Updates

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With the new TIFF file format you can now save and edit maximum quality, truly lossless photographs in ProCamera. There are two TIFF formats available, uncompressed TIFF or TIFF LZW for smaller file sizes. You can change the file format in Settings > More > File Format.

The new sharing functions make it even easier to get your photos online and in print. The Instagram SquarePrepare function now supports high-res exports – making your #ProCamera7 photos sharper than ever. The new Open In option lets you easily transfer photos between supporting editing and sharing apps. Open In supports TIFF functionality. We’ve also improved our DropBox compatibility and added Vimeo sharing. The new print option makes it possible for users to wirelessly print their photos at home or with print services that support the function.

That’s not all, the developers have also made a number of improvements to our Lightbox, Night Mode and video recording. The Lightbox now makes it easier to save, share and delete media from within the app. You can turn on the Lightbox in the Settings – it’s top of the list. The Night Mode has been tweaked to limit noise in low light. Video frame rates are now fixed for broadcast quality recording.

They have also reintroduced the shadow and highlight correction tools into our ProCamera editing suite as well as additional changes to make the app even faster and more stable.

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