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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by PacificBeach, Apr 4, 2012.
What Camera program does everyone use? Normal iOS camera or instagram?
Normal Camera App
Normal camera app from the lock screen, camera+ if it's not an emergency.
I use the the stock camera app. I like camera+ better as a camera but I can't set it to the default camera so I rarely use it.
Normal camera. I only use it from the lock screen now, do not even use the home screen icon.
Standard iOS camera app.
I really like Camera+ and have it on my home screen as my primary. Also, since I'm jailbroken, I have Activator set so that I can double tap the lock screen clock to jump straight into Camera+ which is awesome.
If I ever need to record a video really fast I use the regular camera shortcut from the lock screen to do that.
Normal (iOS) camera if it'll do, especially now that it's on the lock screen.
Otherwise ProCamera if I need the features (I like the 720p video).
Or, NightCap if I need the long (up to 1s) exposure time.
Never Instagram. I have other post-processing apps, and I don't need the sharing aspect.
I would use Camera+ if it could be made the default App from lock.
Otherwise the standard App
As everyone else said, I take pictures using the stock app, but then filter them through instagram.
Gorillacam, after calibrating, the bubble level comes in handy at times.
Don't see why I would use anything else?
I use the normal app if I need it in a pinch. Otherwise I use Camera+.
I use a few different ones for different purposes. Usually it is easiest to use the standard camera app... but I also use some of the following:
Camera + pro
Toy Camera (not as much anymore)
I always use the regular camera app, then will import to instagram or other app. Just force of habit I suppose.
Camera Awesome is free, filter effects are not. It is a really good camera app. Touch the screen with two fingers at the same time to open the focus box and the exposure circle. Made by those at SmugMug.
Normal camera app. I bought camera+ but I don't really like it
I use the stock camera more often than not (which I then take the images into Camera +, Instagram, or some other program for filters/ effects), will occasionally snap straight from Camera+, and, if it's dark or poorly lit, I'll use NightCap for some amazing low-light pictures.
I use the stock camera app if I'm taking something from the lock screen, but if the phone is unlocked, it's Camera+. I find it to be far superior to Apple's camera app.
ProCamera for general use. It has long had all the features that Camera+ only just got recently, plus ProCamera has most of those same features for video recording as well.
NightCap for low-light and long exposure.
PhotoSynth for panoramas.
Pro HDR for high dynamic range.
i3DSteroid for 3D stereoscopic and/or anaglyph.
normal then camera+ then instagram