ProCam 6

ProCam 6

By Samer Azzam

  • Category: Photo & Video
  • Release Date: 2013-10-30
  • Current Version: 11.3.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 31.34 MB
  • Developer: Samer Azzam
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 23,253 Ratings

Description

TRUSTED BY OVER 6.5 MILLION USERS --------------------------------------------------- WHAT PEOPLE SAY "This app provides more control over the settings of the iPhone’s built-in camera than your old compact camera probably ever did." - New York Times "Looking for the ultimate adventure in manual camera apps? ProCam delivers." - Engadget "ProCam offers fine-grained control and features typically found in DSLRs, but the interface never gets out of hand." - Macworld "ProCam for iPhone is one of the most versatile iOS camera apps we have ever come across. It basically turns the iPhone into a futuristic DSLR camera." - BGR "If you’re looking for a pro-grade camera app with neat photo and video editing features to boot, better set your sights on ProCam." - App Advice "Well-designed and offering all that one could need, it's tough to fault ProCam." - 148 Apps --------------------------------------------------- SHOOTING MODES - Photo - Burst Mode - Slow Shutter - iPhone 5 / iPad 3 and later - Portrait Mode - requires dual lens camera system - 3D Photos - requires dual lens camera system - Video - Time Lapse PHOTO SHUTTER RELEASE OPTIONS - Self-Timer - Anti-Shake - Screen Shutter / Big Button - Interval VIDEO FRAME RATES AND RESOLUTIONS - VGA, 720p, 1080p - 4K Ultra HD - 3264x1836 upscaled to 3840x2160 - in-app purchase - iPhone 5s / iPad Air 2 and later - 4K Ultra HD - 3840x2160 - native support on iPhone 6s / Plus and later - 4K Max - 4032x2268 - in-app purchase - iPhone 6s / Plus and later - High frame rate: * 48 / 50 / 60 fps 720p - iPhone 5 / iPad mini and later * 96 / 100 /120 fps 720p - iPhone 5s / iPad Air 2 and later * 192 / 200 / 240 fps 720p - iPhone 6 and later * 48 / 50 / 60 fps 1080p - iPhone 6 and later * 96 / 100 / 120 fps 1080p - iPhone 6s / Plus and later * 192 / 200 / 240 fps 1080p - iPhone 8 and later * 48 / 50 / 60 fps 4K - iPhone 8 and later TIME LAPSE FRAME RATES AND RESOLUTIONS - VGA, 720p, 1080p - 4K Ultra HD - 3264x1836 upscaled to 3840x2160 - in-app purchase - iPhone 5 / iPad Air 2 and later - 4K Ultra HD - 3840x2160 - native support on iPhone 6s / Plus and later - 4K Max - 4032x2268 - in-app purchase - iPhone 6s / Plus and later - High frame rate: * 48 / 50 / 60 fps 720p - all devices * 48 / 50 / 60 fps 1080p - all devices * 48 / 50 / 60 fps 4K - iPhone 5 / iPad Air 2 and later * 48 / 50 / 60 fps 4K Max - iPhone 6s / Plus and later MANUAL CONTROLS - Manual exposure, shutter speed, ISO, focus, and white balance controls - Scroll and steppers system inspired by DSLR cameras - Tap location accurate manual focus assist - True focus peaking - Zebra stripes - overexposure warning - Live shutter speed, ISO, focus, and WB values - Manual controls are supported in all photo and video modes MAIN CAMERA FEATURES - RAW (DNG) iOS 10 - iPhone 6s / iPad Pro 9.7 and later - Lossless TIFF file format support - Intelligent 3-shot HDR - AEB (Auto Exposure Bracketing) with RAW support for high contrast conditions - Live light level histogram - Adjustable aspect ratio (4:3 / 3:2 / 16:9 / 1:1) - Video pause/resume functionality - Video audio meter (Avg. / Peak signal levels) - Still photo capture during video recording - Realtime video stabilization (ON/OFF) - Video disk space indicator - Thirds grid and horizontal tiltmeter. - Date / time / location / Copyright stamp PHOTO / VIDEO EDITOR & PHOTO EDITING EXTENSION - Nondestructive editing - all edits, including cropping, are completely amendable / reversible - 60 expertly crafted filters - 17 lenses: Vignette / White Vignette / Fisheye / Tilt Shift / Macro / Tiny Planet / Wormhole / Split / Kaleidoscope I, II, III, IV, V / Ripple / Striped / Hatched / Halftone - 19 comprehensive adjustment tools - Trimming, cropping, rotating, mirroring, straightening, and perspective correction - Extremely accurate timeline with the ability to review videos frame by frame - Ability to add background music

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Reviews

  • CRASHING

    3
    By EmperorChai
    The entire app crashes when I use the Auto Focus wheel. As I’m tuning, I would get a momentary freeze then a crash to home screen. Happened every single time (5+) I tried to focus on moon shots of the eclipse tonight. iPhone 7 Plus
  • Disappointed

    2
    By ic22487
    I am using an iPhone 6 and bought the app to try to film the lunar eclipse. I saw the images and thought the night mode and RAW settings would probably be useful to film it, but alas they weren't even there. I realize this may be because of not having the dual camera like the 7 and above, but it would've been nice to have a pointer of which features are missing from this version before buying. Otherwise the app is ok. Update - iPhones 7+ and 8+ don't have the night mode either. And for whatever reason you cant zoom in or out no matter how hard you try. (Yes, zoom was turned on in the SET menu). Still very confused as to where i can access it but its too late to film the eclipse now. Oh well :P
  • Can’t figure it out

    2
    By DP artist
    I shoot manual on my DSLR, but I can’t figure this out. 😰
  • Horrible app. Tried it and not worth it!

    1
    By moisesmiami
    Just stay away. Not happy with most features.
  • Pro Cam 6

    5
    By Rusty0706
    Love it. Well worth the money. If someone knows a better camera app feel free to let me know but I’ve tried a lot and fair an intermediate photographer to a Pro this makes your camera on your phone better.
  • HDR(?)

    1
    By mahjr
    There’s no visual difference between a normal photo and HDR. Both results look exactly the same after selecting HDR at the top. Am I missing something?
  • no joy on iPad

    1
    By SouthPoleCat
    This paid app should not be advertised as being compatible with iPad. It is not. It does start, but locks pad into a portrait mode. Most of the menus are not accessible or misfire due to awkward layout. How can I change the image size? How do I get to the portrait with blurry background mode? As another reviewer has mentioned, the screen tips are useless and there is no in app help. Instead, you can access completely useless tutorials. Useless, because they do not show exactly HOW one can access the features, only discuss the features themselves. Developer should remove false claims of iPad compatibility or develop a proper app that will use native landscape mode.
  • Had to repurchase to make work w iPhone XS

    1
    By Danoconda
    I had one of the earliest versions of ProCam. When I upgraded from iPhone 7 to XS, ProCam made me repurchase the app. Not cool they dropped their earliest users and made us repurchase. Update: after purchasing the latest version (6) from the first version(1) I find this app to be very confusing, and I had used it for at least five or so years. It is confusing to the point that my photos are messed up and I miss out on photo opportunities while traveling, or special moments that have now gone by. I’ve been using the new version for a month or so and I regret purchasing the upgrade. I pretty much don’t take pictures any more. I will look for a new app and wish I could get my repurchase money back.
  • Great app, but I wish

    4
    By kyleasamoon
    There was a way to choose a frame in a Live Photo to edit. Even if I select what Frame I want in the photos apps, when I open it in ProCam 6, it always reverts back to the original frame.
  • The Best iPhone Photo App

    5
    By Craig Howard
    Have just had the Procam 6 app for a few days. There is a learning curve — not that steep, but it’s there. At the same time, I’ve been experimenting with the native XS app. Last night I took a still-life in HDR with the regular app and, though it initially looked quite good, when I zoomed in, it was all ugly noise in the shadows. Not good enough for any more than texting to Grandma. So, tonight, I set the iPhone on the tripod and shot the scene (low-light) again with Procam 6. I cranked the ISO down to 24 (ISO priority “On” in settings) and the app accommodated with a 1 second exposure. The result from the edited RAW pic was gorgeous. Virtually no sensor noise. I own two other highly-rated camera apps and, though they each have their strengths they do not have Procam’s “zebra stripes” to warn you of clipping. For a relative amateur, as I am, this is worth the price alone.

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