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    iPhone Camera App 645 Pro

    We featured the new iPhone Camera App 645 Pro.

    phoneartistry - Home - Camera App: 645*PRO
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    Re: iPhone Camera App 645 Pro

    It's pretty interesting, but right now, it EATS the battery astonishingly fast, while producing prodigious amounts of heat. Waiting patiently for bug fixes.

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    Re: iPhone Camera App 645 Pro

    >it EATS the battery astonishingly fast, while producing prodigious amounts of heat. Waiting patiently for bug fixes.

    Did not test it but thought so too. Maybe I switch from live view.

    The developer told me that a fix is in the works.
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    Re: iPhone Camera App 645 Pro

    Interesting app. It provides tiff formatted "raw" files which could be a major advance. I'll report back once I've had a chance to download a few of them.

    I does get hot.

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    Re: iPhone Camera App 645 Pro

    I like it...

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    Re: iPhone Camera App 645 Pro

    >It provides tiff formatted "raw" files which could be a major advance.

    This is not a "Raw" in the real sense. This is a file that is not processed by the app (but by the phone). An uncompressed JPEG should be fine.

    I wrote:

    "we don't like images to be stored in private app memory. Users my wonder why the memory is full. "
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    Re: iPhone Camera App 645 Pro

    There's a new version of this app - the release note says that it deals with the battery issue.

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    Re: iPhone Camera App 645 Pro

    Here are a couple of images with this app, which I quite like.




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    Re: iPhone Camera App 645 Pro

    Seems a good picture maker but I find the interface and controls way too fiddly and over-done.

    Mattebox, ShakeItPhoto and TTv, along with 8mm for video, are so far my favorite iPhone camera apps, other than the standard one.

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    Re: iPhone Camera App 645 Pro

    I find I don't use most of the bells and whistles, just the RAW set to highest quality.
    Which is pretty remarkable improvement over the standard quality, even on the iPhone 4.

    The 1.1 update does most of what I wanted, particularly heat and battery drain reduction.
    But having to work left handed while my right hand heals, I wish there was an option to put the shutter release on the left - swap the two control panels - along with the 180 degree rotation of the app.

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