Open Camera is a completely free camera app. feature:
* Automatic alignment options to ensure your images are perfectly aligned every time.
* Showcase your camera’s capabilities: scene mode support, color effects, white balance, ISO, exposure compensation/lock, “screen flash” selfies, HD video, and more.
* Convenient remote control: timer (optional voice countdown), auto repeat mode (configurable delay).
* Option to take photos remotely via voice or voice command “Cheese”.
* Configurable volume buttons and user interface.
* Reverse preview option for connectable lenses.
* Overlay selected mesh and cutting guides.
* Optional GPS location tagging (geotagging) for photos and videos; for photos, this includes compass directions (GPSImgDirection, GPSImgDirectionRef).
* Apply date and time stamps, location coordinates and custom text to photos. Save date/time and location as video subtitles (.SRT).
* Panorama, also works with front camera.
* Support for HDR (with automatic alignment and de-ghosting) and bracketing.
* Camera2 API support: manual control (optional focus support); burst mode; raw file (DNG); slow motion video; registered profile video.
* Noise reduction (including low light night mode) and dynamic range optimization mode.
* Screen histogram, zebra stripes, focus peaking options.
*Focus bracketing mode.
* Totally free, no 3rd party ads in the app (I only place 3rd party ads on the website). Open source.
(Some features may not be available on all devices as they may depend on hardware or camera capabilities, Android version, etc.)
Website (and link to source code): http://opencamera.org.uk/
Note that I can’t test Open Camera on every Android device, so please test before using Open Camera to shoot/photograph your wedding etc. 🙂
Adam Lapinski’s application icon. Open Camera also uses content under third party licenses, see https://opencamera.org.uk/#licence