- Jun 26, 2011
Any insight here around which is better? Stock is definitely faster but not as fast as Camera + but curious if any other differences that folks have noticed. Fire away.
to me like i said the native one for pictures and camera+ only for editing. i take no pictures with camera+. so for me the native camera is better at taking pictures and camera+ has all the edits to make a great picture even better.I'm talking about differences between the quality of the photo from either one.
Yes, right now the stock app goes to a much higher ISO than the 3rd party cameras can.I've seen reports that you don't get the same low light quality features outside of the native camera app.
Do you know if it's been updated to take advantage of the iPhone 5's low light features?I've used both.
Scout camera is a bit less complex (not that Camera+ requires a strong brain trust to operate...) and it is easier to locate the filters/effects I quickly want to seek and use.
I also like the interface a bit more- visually it is polished and is more enjoyable to use.
Both are extremely competent apps, and as both are unnecessary to have loaded on my iPhone at the same time, have replaced Camera+ with Scout.