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HDR Camera+


HDR Camera+ grew up into A Better Camera - all-purpose, full featured camera for Android! 11 shooting modes, full camera control. HDR mode is free for HDR Camera+ users!
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Full featured and fast HDR camera for Android. Take pictures with vivid colors and rich detail:

- Simple: take an HDR image in one tap
- Full resolution
- Real HDR: exposure bracketing and tone mapping
- Zoom
- HDR images fused and tone mapped on device within seconds
- Hand shake compensation, no need to be rock-solid while shooting
- Correct handling of moving objects, de-ghosting
- You can control tone-mapping parameters: contrast, micro-contrast, color vividness, exposure
- Save original exposure bracketed images
- Location tagging
- Shutter sound can be muted (not on all models)
- Support for Flash on/off/auto

Join HDR fans and share your photos on facebook: http://facebook.com/mobilehdr

Join us and share your stunning HDR photos at Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/groups/1820156@N20

Why HDR
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Real life scenes often have a wide range of light intensity, which cannot be captured by a camera. In a photo of such a scene the bright areas look washed out and everything in shadows is pictured as a black spot with no details. The HDR technique allows you to capture details in bright and dark areas and have them merged in a single photo.

HDR photography is widely adopted by professional photographers. Wouldn't it be nice to have an HDR in mobile phones?

The problem is that HDR requires taking several differently exposed images in series, which must be precisely aligned and then fused. In order to be usable for real life scenes, the HDR feature should include moving object detection and hand shake compensation to avoid or minimize the ghosting in the final image. That requires a lot of computational resources and makes a challenge even for professional desktop HDR software.

Almalence has brought its expertise in professional HDR software to mobile phones. Our HDR fusion algorithms compensate hand shaking and detect moving objects in the scene, suppressing ghosting artifacts. At the same time, the algorithms are quick enough to provide comfortable processing time on mobile devices.

Recent changes:
version 2.39

- stability fixes for Android kitkat
- vf brightness fixed on some devices
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4.2
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About HDR Camera+
HDR Camera+ grew up into A Better Camera - all-purpose, full featured camera for Android! 11 shooting modes, full camera control. HDR mode is free for HDR Camera+ users!
Get A Better Camera NOW!


Full featured and fast HDR camera for Android. Take pictures with vivid colors and rich detail:

- Simple: take an HDR image in one tap
- Full resolution
- Real HDR: exposure bracketing and tone mapping
- Zoom
- HDR images fused and tone mapped on device within seconds
- Hand shake compensation, no need to be rock-solid while shooting
- Correct handling of moving objects, de-ghosting
- You can control tone-mapping parameters: contrast, micro-contrast, color vividness, exposure
- Save original exposure bracketed images
- Location tagging
- Shutter sound can be muted (not on all models)
- Support for Flash on/off/auto

Join HDR fans and share your photos on facebook: http://facebook.com/mobilehdr

Join us and share your stunning HDR photos at Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/groups/1820156@N20

Why HDR
------------

Real life scenes often have a wide range of light intensity, which cannot be captured by a camera. In a photo of such a scene the bright areas look washed out and everything in shadows is pictured as a black spot with no details. The HDR technique allows you to capture details in bright and dark areas and have them merged in a single photo.

HDR photography is widely adopted by professional photographers. Wouldn't it be nice to have an HDR in mobile phones?

The problem is that HDR requires taking several differently exposed images in series, which must be precisely aligned and then fused. In order to be usable for real life scenes, the HDR feature should include moving object detection and hand shake compensation to avoid or minimize the ghosting in the final image. That requires a lot of computational resources and makes a challenge even for professional desktop HDR software.

Almalence has brought its expertise in professional HDR software to mobile phones. Our HDR fusion algorithms compensate hand shaking and detect moving objects in the scene, suppressing ghosting artifacts. At the same time, the algorithms are quick enough to provide comfortable processing time on mobile devices.

Recent changes:
version 2.39

- stability fixes for Android kitkat
- vf brightness fixed on some devices

User reviews of HDR Camera+
Really nice.. well worth every penny.. Tried to compare the quality of the HDR effect with other camera apps.. after multiple photos, I come to the conclusion that this one produces better quality photos. It would be great if the process of converting the photo is faster... not very ideal if you are in a hurry
Aug 2, 2011
Photographs look really nice on the Captivate. I can gladly recommend this as a quality Camera.
Jul 21, 2011
Love this app, but please, please, please add the ability to zoom.
Jul 15, 2011
Makes awesome images, could have had some more control over iso and white balance
Jun 7, 2011
I can't get geotagging to work. Galaxy S
Jun 1, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Oct 15, 2014
Poor The results are poor regardless of the settings. The pictures appear overly compressed, with watercolor artefacts, contrast is way to heavy - losing details in darker areas - and noise suppressing is way too aggressive. Not to mention the poor interface. Sorry for giving a bad review but the Google camera is miles ahead in terms of results, although the interface is also poor...
A Google User
Oct 12, 2014
Upgrade pop-up very annoying The results are worst than Samsung's camera HDR, you cannot manually point where to focus and the upgrade sign is super annoying for a payed app.
A Google User
Oct 2, 2014
Str8
A Google User
Sep 28, 2014
Good but needs more features Works OK, but little difference between 0 exposure & HDR. On edit screen needs a 'delete' or 'Don't Save' button and needs to be able to zoom in on resulting photo to check focus & alignment.
A Google User
Sep 17, 2014
Ads. I bought it, but ads still appear, is this normal?