Open Camera is a free camera app with a lot of features. Features include:
* The ability to auto-stabilize your images so that they are precisely level no matter what (see example image).
* Support for scene modes, color effects, white balance, ISO, exposure compensation/lock, a selfie with “screen flash,” HD video, and more are all available.
* Timer (with optional voice countdown), auto-repeat mode, and other handy remote controls (with configurable delay).
* Option to take a photo remotely by producing noise or by saying “cheese” via voice command.
* User interface and volume keys can be customized.
* Use an upside-down preview with attachable lenses, and overlay a variety of grids and crop guidelines.
* Optional GPS location tagging (geotagging) of photos and videos, which includes compass orientation in the case of photos (GPSImgDirection, GPSImgDirectionRef).
* Add a date and timestamp to photos, as well as custom text and location coordinates; save the date/time and location as video subtitles (.SRT).
* Panoramic mode, which includes the front camera.
* HDR (with auto-alignment and ghost removal) and Exposure Bracketing are supported.
* Camera2 API support: manual controls (with optional focus assist); burst mode; RAW (DNG) files; slow-motion video; noise reduction (including low light night mode); dynamic range optimization modes for greater photo quality.
* On-screen histogram, zebra stripes, and focus peaking options;
* Focus bracketing mode.
*The software is completely free, and there are no third-party advertisements in it (I only run third-party ads on the website). The term “open source” refers to software that is free.
(Some features may not be available on all devices, as they may depend on hardware or camera features, the Android version, etc.)
Note that it’s not possible for me to test Open Camera on every Android device out there, so please test before using Open Camera to photo/video your wedding, etc 🙂
App icon by Adam Lapinski. Open Camera also uses content under third party licenses, see https://opencamera.org.uk/#licence
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When using Storage Access Framework, video subtitles would halt before the end of the video on some devices. When in immersive mode, the manual focus and focus bracketing seek bars were not obscured.
For smartphones running Android 6 or earlier, the artist and copyright Exif tags options are now supported.
The AndroidX support library has been replaced.