QuadCamera - MultiShot
By Art & Mobile
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The 4th release in the series of Takayui Fukatsu's ToyCamera, which you can take continuous shooting with high quality effects. Now QuadCamera is a winner of Best App Ever Award 2009 Best Photography App!
Just pressing a button, QuadCam proceeds to take 4-8 serial shoots and create one image with 6 selectable effects. The popping sound of the shutter gives you a great feeling.
Taking pictures of running cars, watching sports, adorable behaviours of your pets or to wam up the party...this is a cool camera application that you can apply for any moments.
For more in info please check the review on Time, Ny Times, MacWorld, Hotwired etc... website.
- 4 or 8 serial shoots.
- Set 0.1-3 seconds serial shoot duration.
- 4 effects, bright, vivid, dull, hi-con, black&white and no-effect.
- various layout variation: 2x2, 4x1, 4x2, 8x1.
- Resolution 800*600 or 1600*1200.
- Email, Twitter Export.
- Animated GIF Export.
- 8x1 layout is for PC use, I recommend 2x2 or 4x2 for diplaying on iPhone. They fit iPhone's screen.
What's New in Version 3.10
First off, it seems a lot of the earlier reviewers didn't quite understand the concept of this app: It's an iOS recreation of the Lomography Action-Sampler style of film camera. Google for examples from that to see why this app exists. You can also take strips of 4 images in the style of old coin-operated photo booths.
There is a pretty ridiculous bug where the first two images of 4 are taken much closer together in time than the third and fourth. Images 1 and 2 are essentially identical unless the delay timer is set much higher than the default. Also the shutter sound effect doesn't seem to sync with when the images are really taken. You can confirm this bug pretty easily by photographing the second hand of a clock.
The word "Shadow" in the settings is confusing. This doesn't mean a shadow around the finished image: it means corner darkening added to each image (in other words the "on" setting emulates lens vignetting).
This is a great app. Would be better if there were an option to shoot in square format. Also, if the user could choose which frame contained first picture in the series! Please make even better than it already is!
Easy to use and great results.
This is a steal at $1.99.
- Category: Photo & Video
- Updated: Oct 02, 2012
- Version: 3.10
- Size: 1.0 MB
- Languages: English, Japanese
- Seller: Art & Mobile
- © Takayuki Fukatsu
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.