We are increasingly professionalizing the subject of photography on Android, the arrival of photos in RAW format, powerful algorithms to reduce noise, and focus systems that have little to envy to professional cameras, are giving us a golden age in this regard.
Therefore, today we bring you some of the best camera applications for Android, some paid and others free, but all valid to enjoy taking photos.
Camera FV-5 is one of the best camera applications for Android, it stands out for its manual modes, which allow us to change the ISO or the shutter speed. If our terminal is compatible it also allows us to take photos in 16-bit RAW format, or shoot up to 1/8000 speed. Its intervalometer is another of its added values, we can even take photos at different exposures with bracketing. It also allows us to measure light in different ways, as in a reflex camera.
Another application that allows us to do everything, we can also tag the photo using GPS and lock the focus, something very useful on a mobile phone. Possibly its consumption of resources is higher than in the case of FV-5, but we will only notice it in phones from a few years ago.
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This application stands out for having a burst mode function that allows us to later combine images to have the perfect shot. Its HDR mode is also a delight, in general, it stands out for having very interesting post-processing.
GIFs are present in social networks and we consume them more and more despite the fact that it is a format with many years and with a very poor quality, which has allowed its low weight to be used on social networks as images in a funny movement without spending just internet data. With GIF Camera we can record a small sequence and later share it as a GIF.
Another application very similar to FV-5 or Open camera, in this case, paid and with a very clean interface and probably the best in its segment. Nothing to reproach him, he offers us everything and his reflex-type roulette in the lower corner has us in love.
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