- Price: $0.99 In Apple Store
- Category: Photography
- Updated: 2011-01-12
- Current Version: 4.3
- 4.3 (iOS 4.0 Tested)
- Size: 1.20 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: River Past Corporation
- Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.1 or later
- © River Past Corporation
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Now with 4x digital zoom and 27 different aspect ratios!Night Camera uses the accelerometer to ensure the steadiness of the camera before the shutter fires, it creates clearer photos at night and under low light conditions.iPhone has a decent camera…..
What's New in Version 4.3
Added flash support under OS4.2.
Rated 4/5 based on 3 customer reviews.
App should be named 'Stabilizer Camera'
Folks need to realize that the anti-shake/blur feature is what makes low-light pix look better (as well as daytime pix). This app has nothing to do with magically turning ur cam into an infrared cam (which requires different hardware) or making lights.
I've had this app for a couple years now and for me, it delivers the goods. I guess my hands shake a lot because I can't take a non-blurry pic if my life depended on it.
But what really vexes me is why, in all their updates, the developers have never added tap-to-focus support. I realize this might conflict when the use-full-screen-as-a-shutter-button feature is on. But they should at least allow tap-to-focus when the full-screen-shutter feature is turned off.
Please fix bug!
This is a good app for taking photos in many different size formats. However, please fix the bug where the grid guide disappears after taking the first photo. This is very frustrating. You have posted multiple updates since this issue first appeared, and you have failed to address it. I have to keep reverting to an older, less stable version of the app with every update.
steadies a shaky hand; datestamp great (but large)
i've been using night camera since v1 and have stuck with it as my primary camera app the whole time. i go to a lot of concerts and this app helps me take some great photos even with my underwhelming 3G iphone cam. the stabilizer can be rough to use in a moving crowd, but if you want great pictures the extra effort (and wait time for the photos to save) is totally worth it. i love the feature that adds the date-stamp to each photo, but i wish the text were overlaid a little more modestly... perhaps smaller in the corner of the photo. the giant time and date at the bottom of each photo looks great when viewed right on the iphone but is a little overbearing when viewed on the computer (especially as a desktop background).
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