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F.I.N.E. Fine!
Top shelf man. This is as close to DSLR on your iPhone as your gonna get. Just don't get carried away with it for long periods of time, it'll get a little warm to the touch. Are you pickin' up what I'm throwin' down?
Sailin' Shoes on Sep 6, 2015 for version 4.16
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Full camera functions
PureShot and 645 Pro feature the best manual focus* of any camera apps I have used and the only to provide ISO priority. That is a real help when I want to keep noise out of the image. The two apps offer the familiarity and flexibility of a digital camera. *with Focus Zoom and Focus Peak turned on. My brother, a long-time digital camera user, was impressed when I showed him that.
Dent De Leon on Sep 2, 2015 for version 4.16
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Helps execute creative ideas.
We see many pictures that could have been wonderful, but were snuffed out or limited with a careless filter or automatic gizmo. I like PureShot because it lacks the junk filters and so forth but gives you access to all of the API’s on offer from Apple. As a result, you can create a very nice photo and go from there.
gk4271 on Jun 12, 2015 for version 4.14
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Biggest Bang for the Buck… ever
$2.99 installs the digital innards of a full blown 35mm digital cam into your iPhone. Astounding. Best value for 2.99… ever.
RIT - Parolee on May 22, 2015 for version 4.14
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The Best Camera App!
This is by far the best camera app I have ever used! With full manual control and a great ui I have been able to take fantastic photos. I especially like the bracket functionality and the ability to save photos as a lossless file format. Thank you and keep up the great work!
HeavyCameraUser on May 11, 2015 for version 4.14
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Buggy
The features set is great, because it seems you need a third-party app to access the full functionality of the iPhone 5s camera. (I wish the Apple camera could just have a Manual option, but no.) The interface is mostly intuitive to SLR users, but a few too many skeuomorphs, like a beveled shutter button and settings dial, which could better be handled with simple graphics. What gets me are a few bugs I’m experiencing with PureShot 4.14 on iOS 8.2 I sometimes get fuzzy lines across the screen, which carry over to the saved photo. And I often get a crash when I hit the shutter interface. Some buttons are often unclickable, or really hard to hit, especially near the corners of the screen. (and not just the ones that are disabled in certain modes) I’m hoping a future version of PureShot or iOS will correct these problems, but for now I can anticipate at least one crash per day of use. And most issues are repeatable.
furtographer on Mar 23, 2015 for version 4.14
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Average
Average features, but no HDR photo option. Simpler than the complicated 645 Pro app. 2/5/2015: Request update changing the mid-gray transparent borders for all ratios except 4:3. No problem with the solid border for 4:3. The current transparent mid-gray border makes fast .shots virtually impossible. One must first confirm edges of the borders then taken the shot. Just remembering where edges of the borders are is just too taxing.
ammbooth on Feb 5, 2015 for version 4.13
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Awesome!
The best camera app I've used without a doubt.
Ecciness on Feb 4, 2015 for version 4.12
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App doesn't work
Not working with the new IOS doesn't show a picture when open and crashes every time you change settings... Can I get my $ back?
Gater460 on Feb 1, 2015 for version 4.12
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Fix this app !!!
Crazy behavior with this app and iOS 8.1.2. Erratic screen/controls and support is nowhere to be found. Don’t Buy until they respond and address these issues !!!
2cowboy1 on Jan 23, 2015 for version 4.12
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