ProShot is a feature rich photography app for our Windows Phone that gives you a healthy amount of control over your camera settings. The Windows Phone 8 app has settings to adjust the shutter speed, ISO levels, white balance, focus, exposure compensation and more. One of the few drawbacks to ProShot was the incompatibility with Samsung and Huawei Windows Phones.
ProShot was updated today to version 3.5.1 which corrects this incompatibility. With the update, ProShot now has support for Samsung and Huawei Windows Phone along with support for the Lumia 1520 and Icon Windows Phones.
In addition to the expanded support for more Windows Phones, the version 3.5.1 update includes:
- Filter Editor and Filters are now free for all
- HDR Exposure feature added
- Added separate hi-res toggle for the Lumia 1020, 1520 and Icon
- Fixed the export bug with photos saved to the Micro-SD Card
- Ability to open any .JPEG image in ProShot and view the EXIF file information
- Fixes bugs related to time-lapse and B&W filter
- Fixes performance issues with the Lumia 1020 and HTC 8X
The HDR feature allows you to set the exposure compensation bracket, number of shots captured to create the HDR image, and the delay between shots. You also have the option to save all the original images in addition to the final blended image, bracket the images without blending, and set the HDR to a portrait mode.
ProShot's HDR Settings
Overall, the version 3.5.1 update adds to a Windows Phone 8 camera app that was already very appealing. There is a free trial version available for ProShot with the full version running $1.99.
You can find ProShot here in the Windows Phone Store.
Thanks, GR3EN, for the tip!