Camera+ Adds RAW Lab, Wide Color Photos, iPhone 7 Plus Support And Much More

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Dec 14, 2016
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Out of all the major photo capturing and image processing apps, Camera+ is one of the leading ones when it comes to popularity and effectiveness. The app has now been updated with a handful of nifty features ranging from the ability to shoot and edit RAW photos, iPhone 7 Plus support and much more. Let’s see some more details on what the app has to offer and how does the new version differ from the previous one.

Camera+ Updated With RAW Lab, iPhone 7 Plus Support And Much More

RAW capturing works on the iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, 7, 7 Plus and the iPhone SE with the latest software. It can be turned on from the Quality and Format menu. As noted by Camera+, RAW photos take a larger amount of space compared to standard images. Moreover, the processing time is also bigger hence making it slow to capture. However, it allows you to capture and edit with greater controls. One thing to note is that RAW shooting is not available on all modes.

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Note that RAW shooting isn’t compatible with all shooting modes… in particular, using zoom, shooting crops, macro mode, selfiecam, and the iPhone 7 Plus Duo lens mode will temporarily disable RAW shooting if you have it turned on.

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Camera+ version 9 enhances the app on a new level and is not limited to shooting photos. The update adds RAW Lab that edits the new shots. Here’s what the app description has to say about RAW Lab.

If you use The Lab for editing, you’ll be familiar with some of the tools we’ve provided in the RAW Lab like Exposure, Brightness & Contrast, and Highlights & Shadows. But in addition to these, we’ve also provided several new tools for the high-end tweakers like a nifty Curves tool and a comprehensive set of Noise Reduction adjustments.

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Apart from the iPhone 7 Plus support which has a dual lens camera responsible for portrait mode, the update also brings wide color support. This will make it easier for you to edit photos in a more color accurate scenario. In addition to this, haptic feedback is thoroughly part of the app. There are also various refinements on widgets and icons.

If you’re interested in getting the Camera+ for yourself, it’s available on the App Store for just $2.99. So be sure to check it out. As for now, what do you think about the version 9 update? Share your thoughts with us in the comments.

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