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REEFLEX PRO Camera 1.4 App

REEFLEX PRO Camera app has been built by a young team of technology enthusiasts – engineers, scientists, designers and photographers – based in between Zurich, Copenhagen, and Rome. They launched REEFLEX PRO Camera in February 2021 and since then have they have updated it to version 1.4 to include new Slow Shutter modes. This is a free app, albeit the slow shutter option is available via an in-app purchase.

REEFLEX is easy to use and multifunctional with a vast array of camera controls, including manual with Shutter Speed, White Balance, ISO, Focus and Exposure Value. To help your exposure there are live Histograms and Zebra Stripes exposure/focus guides.

REEFLEX Pro Camera supports shooting photos with the new Apple’s ProRAW format on iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro series. The new ProRAW combines amazing computational photography tricks like Smart HDR and Deep Fusion into a RAW format for greater flexibility in photo editing. On other devices, REEFLEX allows you to save photos in the industry-standard Bayer RAW format.

REEFLEX also offers one of the best long exposure tools available on the App Store, providing unparalleled results. Enjoy the flexibility of manual controls and watch the picture forming on the screen. Use Motion Blur to capture moving objects – give moving water a smooth silky appearance, or make moving crowds disappear. Use Light Trails to capture light – frame the movement of the night sky for stunning star trails.

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REEFLEX 1.4 – Hello Slow Shutter


REEFLEX Pro Camera 1.4 | DSLR camera controls & Slow Shutter modes, on your iPhone

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