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Great App
I have 645 Pro but find Purevsuits me better. Very simple layout puts all the controls at finger reach. Positive button pushes without accidentally hitting something else. I love the hold-and-release method for AE and AF lock before taking the photo. I frequently use a lightmeter so having the EV100 display for reference is a nice feature. App seems very stable.
duncan999 on Jan 25, 2013 for PureShot
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Update worked...
App not crashing when shooting in TIFF..thanks for the fix..
toby wong on Jan 25, 2013 for PureShot
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Awesome
Awesome
Iphon45 on Jan 23, 2013 for PureShot
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Hey Pro App Review,
1, turn off the night mode! 2, read the manual 3, stop making a fool of yourself.
3und on Jan 23, 2013 for PureShot
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Hey Pro App Reviews; If you weren't
so angry your review would hold more credibility. As it is I'm ignoring your review and reading others to get a more balanced take. I like both 645Pro and Pure. I'm an avid photog and like adjusting settings for most shots. And I prefer tiff's. and I have both apps ready to shoot when I'm on the hunt for a photo op. Pure is easier to use; 645Pro offers much more flexibility. I like those choices!
I Don't Want To Have A Nickname on Jan 21, 2013 for PureShot
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Pretty Buggy on the 4S
On paper it sounds great but its just not usable when it comes to its best features. The lowlight feature when activated renders the app useless. whatever's in the viewfiinder becomes blurred and any movement of camera creates a hyper-blurred, motion distortion to whatever you're looking at. kinda like a webcam that's behind the action. i don't understand why this is, but it ruins the function. Also, can't take many pics in a row and often gives me an error message that it couldnt complete the task after taking pictures. Thirdly: saving in RAW format doesn't result in bigger files. Perhaps i'm missing something in my expectation here, but i thought having these file options granted me larger, higher quality files. Using maximum quality Jpeg does result in significantly bigger files, however. i'm confused. FYI i'm a novice photographer.
DaBiznak on Jan 20, 2013 for PureShot
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