ProShot for Windows Phone 8 has made the jump to version 2.7.3 that addresses a collection of bugs and adds two new features.
The version 2.7.3 update addresses issues with SD card saving, histogram views, and improves ProShot's startup time. The update also adds the option to modify the duration for time lapse photos and adds the date/time information to your camera roll.
For those not familiar, ProShot is a camera app that gives you DSLR-like control over your Windows Phone camera. You can control the camera's shutter speed, ISO, white balance, exposure compensation, focus, and more. If you're looking for more control over your Windows Phone 8 camera, ProShot is worth considering.
If you haven't tried ProShot, there is a trial version available. The full version will run you $1.99 and you can find ProShot here in the Windows Phone Store.
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