The other day we reported that Hipstamatic was set to launch a new photography app for iOS devices, and it turns out that the new app is called the D-series, with the D standing for “disposable”. Basically the idea here is for you and a bunch of your friends to take photos via the D-series app and then compiling all those photos into a photo album that can be shared across various social networks.
Each photographer will be able to shoot up to 24 photos per “camera roll”, at the end of which the photos are then compiled into an album to be shared. According to Hipstamatic, “From the first snap to the last, everyone shoots to one roll, and at the end photos are instantly exchanged to all of the camera’s contributors.”
The app will be free for download, but if you’re looking for “camera” options, they will come at a cost, i.e. 99 cents for the Foxy X69 “camera”. For more information on Hipstamatic’s D-series app, check out the animated below for a cute and entertaining explanation of the app’s features.
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