"The screen layouts are excellent. DSLRs could learn a thing or two from the design of ProShot"
"World-class photography app"
"if you can name it, chances are ProShot has it"
/// CAMERA FEATURES ///
• Auto, Program, Manual, and two fully configurable Custom modes, just like a DSLR
• Manual, semi-manual, or automatic control over exposure, flash, focus, ISO, shutter speed, torch intensity, and white balance
• Shoot RAW (DNG)
• Shoot full resolution in 16:9, 4:3, and 1:1
• Full-res Burst and Timelapse modes, all with full manual controls
• Light Painting mode with two submodes
• Portrait mode support
• Zero-lag bracket exposure up to ±3, in 1/3 stop increments
• Auto MAX ISO and Shutter options
• Manual focus assist
• Front-facing camera with full manual controls
• Zoom with just one finger, up to 10X
• Fully featured Camera Roll with EXIF metadata, support for video playback, media sharing, and delete
• Grid overlay
• Customizable accent color
• Most innovative camera UI ever created
/// VIDEO FEATURES ///
• Manual, semi-manual, or automatic control
• Record video in any mode (Auto, P, M, C1, or C2)
• 4K Video (on supported devices)
• 4K Timelapse (on supported devices)
• Adjustable resolution and frame rate
• Industry-standard options for 180 degree rule
• Real-time audio levels meter
• Zoom and change any camera parameter, even during video recording
• Capture still frames during video recording
• Video light
Leave the heavy DSLR at home, ProShot's got your back.
A little bit more clean up, plus:
• UI updates
• bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Updated at long last, but settings are confusing and glitchy
Nice to see that ProShot has finally been receiving updates again. I had deleted it after getting an iPhone X in favor of camera apps that were optimized for its cameras and screen size. The new design looks good and (mostly) works.
I decided to take off two stars for some issues I ran into pretty rapidly, at least one of which should have been easy to catch in testing: (1) Settings buttons are unintuitive. The haptic feedback toggle looks like the “hot air” icon on bathroom hand dryers, or perhaps some strips of bacon; the “volume = shutter” toggle looks like a camera making noise, as if it enables or disables a shutter sound. (2) The “volume = shutter” toggle doesn’t work. I can switch it on and off repeatedly without ever disabling the option. When I manage to disable it, it re-enables itself moments later without the icon ever lighting up. (3) It’s possible to cause the frame of the gallery view to appear around the camera somehow. When this happens, I have to close and restart the app to continue using it.
Still the best camera app I've used
A short time ago they did a redesign of the app and I wasn't feeling the new UI. I'm still not entirely with it, however I felt the need to revise my review because I have spent a bit of time using it.
I've used this app across multiple platforms and it is my go-to camera app, one that I've even gifted to others because it's that good. The controls you have over the camera settings help you capture the shot you want when in manual mode but it also does a fantastic job in auto which, let's face it, is going to be used by most people that aren't trying to set up a shot.
I definitely recommend this app and if there was only one camera app you can get, this is the one.
Developer Response ,
Thank you for your feedback. We've just submitted an update (5.0.1) to Apple that adds labels to the camera settings menu as well as a host of small fixes and improvements that will make ProShot functions easier and more discoverable. In this update, you will also be able to find a link to our online guide by opening the Settings panel and tapping the "three dots" button. Please look for the update within the next day or two, and let us know if there's anything else you'd like to see!
One of the best camera apps out there!
As others have mentioned the iOS camera app generally includes most features (and now the photo app & mark up feature includes most of the photo editing functionality that other camera apps used to add) so 3rd party camera apps aren’t that necessary.
However, ProShot not only brings more features (that I’m not sure any other camera app has to offer) but also packs a lot of functionality into an easy to use, attractive, and not-confusing (pardon the redundancy) UI.
ProShot used to be my number 1 go to for photos, however it seems as though development may have slowed down a bit (I hope this is just a lul since the new phones have a lot of new functionality). What I mean is that ProShot can’t use the built in zoom and portrait mode (for phones that have it). I fear that other apps are getting more attention b/c of ad spending & craming in the new hardware features :(
Anyway, AMAZING app (the photo/light bracketing functionality is cool & the easy to adjust manual adjustments are numerous). It should be ranked way higher
- Rise Up Games
- 11.9 MB
- Photo & Video
Requires iOS 11.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
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