Cinamatic, the popular video app from the guys behind Hipstamatic and Oggl, has just gone manual, as it’s now touted as “the first video app to fully integrate the new manual camera controls in iOS 8.”
Indeed, Cinamatic on iOS 8 now offers manual controls for adjusting focus, exposure, white balance, shutter speed, and ISO sensitivity during video recording. These are in addition to the app’s already existing controls for adjusting the intensity, contrast, saturation and brightness of the applied filter.
The new version of Cinamatic also supports various capture speeds for time lapse — 3, 6, and 9 fps — and slow motion — 120 and 240 fps on iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus. Furthermore, it supports different capture durations — 6, 15, 30, or 60 seconds — and a couple of image stabilization modes — standard or cinematic on iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
Speaking of the new iPhones, Cinamatic has also been optimized for their larger screens.
The updated app also includes bug fixes and other improvements
See also: Withings updates its Health Mate app with Health and Touch ID integration on iOS 8, With an update, iOS 8 Swarm users can check-in with a Notification Center widget, and Readability read-later app updated with optimizations for iOS 8 and iPhone 6.