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| December 18, 2013
Slow Shutter Cam Update Brings Improved Image Output Quality
Another interesting photography app has just received a major update. Slow Shutter Cam, which provides three interesting image capture modes, has just made the move up to version 2.0. As the name suggests, the app provides iPhone photographers the ability to shoot in unique situations with the Motion Blur, Low Light, and Light Trail modes. First up, the update features dramatically improved output quality and support for full-resolution images on all iOS devices. Shutterbugs should also enjoy the ability to pause and resume capture and tap to focus and adjust exposure. Developer Cogitap Software has also added an additional shutter speed and sensitivity option. The Motion Blur mode now includes a blur strength adjustment while the Low Light mode offers a new exposure boost setting. Designed for the iPhone/iPod touch, Slow Shutter Cam can be downloaded now in the App Store for $0.99. Slow Shutter Cam is definitely one of my go-to photography apps, and I'm pleased to see all of the improvements in the new version. If you're looking for a unique photo, definitely give the app a try. For other photo app news and reviews today, see: Efficiently Manage Your Photos On The iPhone With Photos+ From Second Gear, Camera+ 5 Arrives With An iOS 7 Inspired Design And New Editing Features, and Oggl, Hipstamatic's Anti-Instagram App, Goes 2.0 With New Home Screen And More.