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Custom exposure for your iPhone camera. A simple intuitive interface for powerful controls, saving images in the RAW DNG format to your camera roll.<br><br>Featured in the NYTimes "If you like to manually adjust camera settings, you’ll love Manual".<br><br>A powerful camera app with full control over your image. Quickly and simply adjust all parameters of your image. Every control a professional needs to take a photo is within reach. No more tapping and hoping automatic can understand what you want. Take control.<br><br>Full independent control of<br><br>• Shutter<br>• ISO<br>• Focus<br>• Exposure Compensation<br><br>Cool Things®<br><br>• RAW DNG and/or HEIF format<br>• Focus Zoom<br>• Histogram<br>• Level<br>• Timer<br>• Depth Capture<br>• Fill Flash Mode (Flashlight)<br>• Grid Overlays (Thirds, Square)<br>• Light & Dark Themes<br>• EXIF Viewer<br><br>If you're a photographer tired of trying to tap your way to the exposure you want, then this is the app for you. Fighting to get the sweet spot between a blown out background and a silhouetted subject? Stop tapping and just set the ISO and shutter yourself – you know how, stop letting your silly pocket computer decide what looks good to you.<br><br>Be better than automatic. Shoot Manual.<br><br>—<br><br>Requires iOS 11 or later. RAW capture available on iPhone SE, 6s and above. HEIF capture is available iPhone 7 and above.<br><br>—<br><br>Made by William Wilkinson & Deepak Mantena<br>@shootmanual<br>http://shootmanual.co
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I’ve been using this app for years and I’m so thrilled that it’s still be updated. It’s powerful and easy to use- and it’s so much better than the stock camera app. Definitely worth it!
I just bought this app. Really wanted a straightforward app that allowed shutter speed control without all the filters editors and other rubbish I don’t need. This app should be it were it not for the uselessly maddening interface. The settings jump around everywhere. It’s nearly impossible to make a setting quickly. Simple sliders....that’s all you need to make this work. But I’m uninstalling. Shame.
This was my go to app for digiscoping and I frequently recommended this app to astronomers, birders and photographers. No more. The redesign is maddeningly difficult to use, especially while trying to align an iPhone to a high mag telescope, then adjust settings to keep motion blur down, and then take some shots. Controls are now incredibly difficult to use. Auto adjust features come on for no reason and linked in ways that do not help (leave my shutter speed where I put it, darn it!) Just to be clear for the developers: it is called MANUAL, let us us it in manual mode and get out of the way. Please re-release the prior version and take a time out in the bad-UI programmer’s penalty box.
No controls work in the latest release. Sadly a once good app is now completely broken. Update: the controls are slow but usable in portrait mode only. Following the on-screen directions in landscape mode leads to trash fire exposure with ISO wildly drifting up and down without even moving your finger.
The actual controls are extremely challenging. One time swiping left will put up the iso, next it will put it down. The iso reaches the bottom limit then starts going back up again. You fight with the apps interface to get it to do what you want. A waste of money.
Developed by Will Global.
Manual – RAW Camera is ranking in Photo & Video
Last update was at Jul 18, 2019and the current version is 3.0.1.
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Manual – RAW Camera have a 98a user reviews.
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