Camera+, a great alternative to Apple’s stock Camera app, has just been updated with a number of great new features – especially if you’re an iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus user.
Pick your lens
First up, the app now fully supports the dual lenses of the iPhone 7 Plus camera. That means you’ll be able to specifically choose whether you’d like to capture a photo using the telephoto or wide-angle lens. If you don’t want to have to select a lens, just select the Duo mode and the iPhone 7 Plus will do that automatically.
Another major addition is RAW shooting and editing support. You can shoot RAW images using an iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 7, and iPhone 7 Plus. Just to note, the higher quality photos will take up a significantly larger amount of space on any iPhone. Capturing RAW photos isn’t compatible with all photo modes.
Those RAW images can be edited in the RAW Lab with a number of tailor-made tweaks.
Other improvements in version 9.0 include haptic feedback for the iPhone 7/iPhone 7 Plus, some iOS 10 tweaks, an improved info section, and wide color support for Apple’s latest handsets.
Camera+ is designed for the iPhone/iPod touch and can now be downloaded on the App Store for $2.99.
If you’re interested in learning more about the app, you can also download Camera+ Free for no charge. That version offers a number of shooting modes but is lacking some of the nicer features. A number of shooting modes and other can be unlocked with in-app purchases.
For anyone looking to improve their iPhone photography, take a look at our updated The Photographer’s Toolkit Applist.
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