The best Camera apps for iPad: ProCamera HD

Discussion in 'iPad' started by Ashlyn, Aug 30, 2012.

  1. Ashlyn macrumors newbie

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    Check out ProCamera HD for iPad!!! It has just been released and is available at a special limited-time launch price at $2.99 right now
    ProCamera (for iPhone) is the most professional full-featured camera app available. It has gotten numerous awards and is loved by over a million users. ProCamera HD (for iPad) inherited the full suite of ProCamera’s professional capabilities and ease of use and even added several new and unique features to take full advantage of iPad.

    Web: http://www.ProCamera-App.com
    iTunes store: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/procamera-hd/id549558641?mt=8
    Blog: http://blog.procamera-app.com/
     
  2. Beta Particle macrumors 6502a

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    While this is an obvious plug on the forums, I agree that ProCamera HD is the best camera app for iPad right now.

    Previously I had been using Camera+ for the steady-shot feature, and occassionally the filters and other tools for editing images, but it’s an iPhone app and the UI is not ideal for use on the iPad.

    ProCamera HD is designed for the iPad and offers far better controls and overlays for taking photographs. (like being able to independently lock white balance, exposure, and focus) It also offers video features, which Camera+ does not.

    However, it’s purely a camera app. There are no editing features whatsoever, which means I have to jump between apps rather than being able to do everything in one, which can slow things down a bit.

    I also miss the ability to strip location data from images (you can turn geotagging off, but not strip location data from existing images) and save to a 1200×1200 (max) image size. Sometimes I don’t want to include location data/exif information, and 1200px is more than enough if I’m just sending a quick photo of something over iMessage. That’s actually a more general problem I’ve had with iOS though, so far running images through Camera+ seems like the fastest way I’ve found to do that.
     

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