When it comes to apps, they will more often than not need to be updated from time to time in order to keep up with the Joneses. Nokia is not different from the rest either (which is a good thing, actually), and we have word that the Nokia Pro Cam app has just received an update. This is one app that enables you to control the settings of the back camera which is located on the Nokia Lumia 1020, where you will be allowed to capture 38-megapixel photos among other functions. The update brings even more functionality to the table, where you will now be able to enjoy exposure bracketing to the functions of the rear camera, letting you personalize the use of the app.
This particular tool would let you capture a bunch of photographs with the option of using anywhere from 3 to 5 different exposure settings. The choices on offer would include -5EV to +5EV, -1EV to +1EV and -2EV to +2EV. In layman’s terms, you can more or less snap a bunch of photos, one after another, but the kicker is this – each one of these photos will feature a different exposure setting. This in turn increases the chances that at least one of the pictures you just captured will have a perfect outcome. Sort of a “spray and pray” tactic, no? [App Page]
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