Camera+ For iPhone Adds RAW Shooting And Dual Lens Support

Camera+ For iPhone Adds RAW Shooting And Dual Lens Support

iPhone: Camera+, our favourite camera app on iPhone, gets an update today that adds in the ability to shoot and edit in RAW alongside support for the iPhone 7 Plus dual camera.

RAW shooting works on iPhone 6s and newer devices. Do use it, just pop into the Quality and Format menu and change the setting from JPG to RAW. Now, you’ll be able to shoot in the highest quality format, though be warned that those photos will take up a heck of a lot more space on your device. As you’d expect, you can also edit those photos that same as you can any other photo. If you’re an iPhone 7 Plus user, you can now take advantage of the dual lens in the Camera+ app. That means you can choose to shoot with the wide angle or telephoto lens, and adjust all sorts of settings while you’re doing so.

Camera+ ($4.49) [iTunes App Store]

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