While the Nokia Lumia series has had great imaging capabilities, Nokia also delivers a brilliant software experience to harness the optics. Nokia Camera app is best in the business and recently won four awards including the Best Overall Windows Phone App in our Windows Phone Central Best of 2013 Awards.
Now a new photography app, CamFish, has just arrived on Windows Phone and might just give Nokia Camera some stiff competition. Also, if you’ve got a non-Nokia Windows Phone, CamFish may be one of the better camera app options available.
CamFish is a full featured camera app and includes extensive controls for Focus (Auto/Manual), ISO, White Balance (Auto, Cloudy, Daylight, Flash, Fluorescent, Tungsten, and Candlelight), Shutter speed, and Flash for both front and back camera sensors. The app also allows you set camera timer or shoot in Burst Mode for capturing continuous shots.
Once the photo has been captured, you can apply different filters from the 18 available options, or use editing options to crop, change orientation, flip horizontal, or adjust contrast, brightness, or sharpness. You can share these photos on Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, or via other photography or social apps installed on your phone, and the usual options like email, SMS, or Bluetooth.
The app is available for Windows Phone 8 devices from the Windows Phone Store. Since it is free, there’s no reason you shouldn’t give it a spin. Clearly, it’s an all-in-one app that photography enthusiasts will love.
We'll get a full review up on the site in a few days but in the meantime, if you give CamFish a try it, let us know how you like it.