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| January 3, 2014
Popular iPhoneography App ProCam 2 Gains Level Mode And Other Improvements
ProCam 2 is welcoming the new year with a big new update. Released late last October, ProCam 2 is the iOS 7 revision of the popular ProCam iPhoneography app developed by Samer Azzam. As its name suggests, the app is a camera app that lets you take photos like a pro using its set of advanced features. One of these features is level mode, which has just been introduced to the app through its latest update. As explained by Azzam:
This mode takes the tiltmeter to the next level! It uses the accelerometer to automatically detect and correct the alignment of the viewfinder in realtime. All shots are automatically straightened to align perfectly with the horizon.The latest update to ProCam 2 also unlocks all live adjustment tools (exposure compensation, WB compensation, and saturation control), live filters, and live lenses for the front camera. It also unlocks live ISO and exposure data, as well as true lossless TIFF support for iPhone 4S, in addition to iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, and iPhone 5c. [caption id="attachment_502991" align="aligncenter" width="320"] ProCam 2[/caption] Moreover, the update features a revamped focus and exposure locking mechanism. This allows you to move the targets to a new point even when locked, automatically adjusting and re-locking focus and exposure. The new version of ProCam 2 also includes bug fixes, performance enhancements, and the following UI tweaks:
The new version of ProCam 2 is available now in the App Store as a free update or as a new $0.99 download. The app is optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 7.0 or later. For more information on ProCam 2, check out our original review of the app here on AppAdvice. ProCam XL 2, the iOS revision of ProCam XL, is also available for iPad and iPad mini. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
- The mode switching menu and the options menu are now combined to clearly reflect each mode's available options.
- The flash button and ISO boost button (on supported devices) are now positioned on the left toolbar for easy access.
- Focus and exposure locking/unlocking buttons are now positioned within the targets.