Camera360Pro drops the beta, launches as Camera360 Sight

Enjoyed using Camera360Pro Beta? You'll be glad to know that the app is now out of beta. Dubbed Camera360 Sight, the app retains features that were included in the beta while bringing a host of stability fixes that includes faster startup, lesser battery consumption and much more.

In case you haven't tried out Camera360Pro Beta, here's a list of all the features that are available with Camera360 Sight:

Features and UX

  • Faster startup and focus than pre-loaded camera
  • Maximum resolution output is 1600 megapixel
  • Magic photo browsing
  • Unparalleled user experience but less battery consuming

Unparalleled focus system

  • Auto focus
  • Manual focus
  • Manual focus allows unprecedented freedom
  • Supports manual exposure adjustment
  • Manual exposure adjustment

Gesture Activated Assistive Tool Bar

  • Composition Line
  • Auxiliary View for External Lens
  • Shutter Priority
  • White Balance
  • HDR

Live Lens

  • 9 Customized Real-Time Filters
  • Creativity brought to you LIVE

Best Selfie Maker

  • Timer of 3s, 5s, 10s and mirror direction are available when using front camera taking selfies

3 ratios

  • Slide upwards to review in 4:3, 16:9, 1:1 and slide leftwards or rightwards to switch
  • Supports shutter mute

Album beyond imagination

  • Album Tile can be pinned to 'Start'
  • Pinch in and pinch out available
  • Quick photo browsing by sliding
  • Slide upwards and downwards at the edge of photo can rotate
  • Auto-adjust, Auto-enhance, filters, parameters and more for Professional photo editing can be all discovered here

Editing and creating

  • Smart Composition Tools
  • 6 Level Optimization
  • 62 exquisite filters
  • Up to 12 adjustment tools

Head on over to the link below to download Camera360 Sight, and let us know you like the updates in the comments.

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Harish Jonnalagadda
Senior Editor - Asia

Harish Jonnalagadda is a Senior Editor overseeing Asia for Android Central, Windows Central's sister site. When not reviewing phones, he's testing PC hardware, including video cards, motherboards, gaming accessories, and keyboards.