Apple iPhone Photography: Update To ProCamera v2.7

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Users of the iPhone who like to use the device’s camera can now make the most of it with the launch of an updated app. ProCamera 2.7 transforms the iPhone camera into a high-end digital device with full resolution picture processing.

Developed by Germany based Daemgen.net, this new version allows users to get the best of their pictures with a simple tap of the finger, using the built-in Photo Studio. Images can be adjusted with Brightness and Contrast control, and low-light images can be lightened by altering the Gamma value. Sepia-filters are also available to add that professional touch to images.

Other new features include; an anti-shake mode, a full-resolution zoom, and patent-pending alignment tools. Owners of the iPhone 3GS benefit from the apps manual-focus and video recording support. There is a Tips&Tricks option in the app that gives users suggestions in all aspects of using the iPhone camera. For more information on products and support head over to the ProCamera website.

ProCamera 2.7 is on the App Store for $2.99. Requires iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch with OS 3.1 or later.

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