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I originally purchased NeuralCam to use on the XS Max as I didn’t know if I wanted to get an 11 Pro yet. For the XS Max (and probably all other iPhones prior to the 11) this app is amazing! Having the ability to shoot night/dark setting photos without having to upgrade is great. However, I did wonder how this app stacked up to iPhones official night mode. Well I upgraded to an 11 Pro Max, and the results are very close. iPhones night mode is amazing, but NeuralCam holds its own. The big differences I was able to see is that neuralcam takes a little bit longer to focus and process the picture than iPhones night mode. The results are pretty much the same, except I can’t tell if Neuralcam’s results are just a smidge darker or if they’re adding this warm tone to the picture. Either way, it’s a great purchase if your not going to be upgrading to an 11 but want night mode shooting. But I’d say even with the iPhone 11 it’d be worth a purchase since it does let you do night mode shooting with the ultra wide lens, and iPhones night mode won’t let you do that yet.
This review will sound negative in the beginning but it isn’t, I am a fan of this app. I am sure there are dozens if not more camera apps that will allow a user to adjust the aperture, shutter speed and ISO of the iPhone camera. I probably have 3-4 on my phone right now. All of those apps make this app completely unnecessary. That said, I rarely want to take the time to do that on my iPhone. That is what I have an expensive DSLR for. So if I have apps that do what this app does and I have a DSLR that does what this app does, why do I really like this app? Cause it is simple and it works. I bought this app this morning and then my family and I visited 2 museums that did not allow flash photography. These weren’t pitch black museums but they needed a flash. It was so nice to open this app and take a picture and have the app work each and every time. And for me, what was impressive was that the light was very well balanced with no bright spots or over-dark shadows and the contrast had sufficient range as well. Now I admit I have not blown these up yet in Photoshop and examined them at 300% but if you want a low light app that will extend the range of your iPhone without you having to think or take a test shot or two, spend the $2.99, it is more than worth it.
I have just bought the app after praising reviews I read. I compared the pictures from my iPhone XS Max with this app’s camera. I was not expecting miracles, but the low light picture were clean and nice and much better than the iphone original camera. Though, I am really disappointed with the shutter noise, not only is just too load, but having the shutter sound is unnecessary since other phones take many picture in the background without such a noisy sound. I had to silence the phone to feel OK. I will continue to experiment with this app in the next few weeks. I would love to give it 5 stars for the picture quality, but the shutter sound makes it really hard to do so. I urge the developers to mute the shutter, or make it optional, or lower the volume a lot to make the app good for day to day use.
I recently attained the new iPhone 11 Pro MAX and I was using the new night mode on my camera and wanted to compare it to an app that I thought would have more experience in the matter. I bought this app and took the same picture with the standard iPhone 11 Pro’s night mode, and this app’s night mode. The iPhone’s results were much clearer and it looked like a real photo, whereas this app’s results were just about as useless as my eyes for seeing in the dark. I know it’s only a few $$ for this app, but it is not worth it. The app also has a major lag when it’s in automatic mode, and it keeps making multiple sporadic shutter sounds after pressing the capture image button once. I apologize for being critical, but I think this app needs it, and hopefully the money I probably won’t get refunded back, knowing Apple, will go towards making this app a little bit better.
Developed by Neural Cam SRL.
NeuralCam - Night Mode Camera is ranking in Photo & Video & Utilities
Last update was at Oct 15, 2021and the current version is 4.0.3.
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NeuralCam - Night Mode Camera have a 1 771a user reviews.