Our latest ProCamera 7 update sees the return of the Volume Trigger and improvements to the Self-Timer and Torch.
That’s right, we’re very excited (and relieved) to reintroduce the Volume Trigger for ProCamera 7! This is great news for all the photographers who use the physical buttons or headphones to fire the shutter. You can turn on the Volume Trigger by opening the Control Panel>Settings>Volume Buttons>On.
For those of you that are new to shooting with the headphones then this classic video by iconic mobile photographer Koci shows you the art of stealth street photography using this technique (starts at approx 06:55 into the video).
The Self-timer function now allows you to take a series of three photos in a quick burst. Perfect for a series of selfies or group shots. This feature can be turned on in the Settings under Self-timer where you can set the timer delay, one or three photos, focus lock and blinking LED.
We’ve also added an adjustable intensity slider to the Torch function. Now when you long press on the flash icon you’re presented with a multi-step slider to adjust the brightness of the continuous Torch light. You can see it on the left hand side of the screen below. We added this feature to give photographers even more control over their lighting at night.
Finally, we have sped up image processing, squashed some bugs and improved the graphics for non-retina displays.
To celebrate the return of the Volume Trigger ProCamera 7 is currently on sale for an incredible US $0.99 (80% off!)
Good update. Been using it all day and it’s stable and reliable. Nice job, thanks.
Is there any way to turn off the sound of the shutter? I end up turning down the volume and inevitably, forgetting to turn it back up.