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AppArt School – How to use Reeflex Pro Camera 2 App

AppArt School – How to use Reeflex Pro Camera 2 App

Reeflex Pro Camera 2 is a powerful mobile camera app that provides professional-level features for photography enthusiasts. Here are some basic steps to get started with the app:

  1. Install the app: Reeflex Pro Camera 2 is available on the iOS platform. You can download and install it from the App Store.
  2. Choose camera mode: Reeflex Pro Camera 2 offers several camera modes – Manual, Semi-Auto, and Auto. Select the mode that best suits your needs.
  3. Adjust camera settings: In Manual mode, you can adjust camera settings such as ISO, shutter speed, exposure compensation, and white balance. In Semi-Auto mode, you can adjust some settings while others are automatically set by the app. In Auto mode, all settings are automatically set by the app.
  4. Focus and shoot: Once you have adjusted the camera settings, you can focus on your subject by tapping on the screen. You can then press the shutter button to take a photo.


  1. Edit your photos: Reeflex Pro Camera 2 offers a variety of editing tools to enhance your photos. You can adjust parameters such as brightness, contrast, saturation, sharpness, and more. You can also crop and rotate the photo as needed.
  2. Save and share: Once you are happy with your edited photo, you can save it to your camera roll or share it on social media directly from the app.

    Overall, Reeflex Pro Camera 2 is a powerful and versatile app that can help you take better photos and gain more control over your camera settings. Experiment with different camera modes and settings to discover new and creative ways to capture your subjects.

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