Lightning Camera

Lightning Camera


Have you ever thought of a camera that captures a moment after it happened?
With "Lightning Camera" you can catch pictures of moments that happened up to 3 seconds before.
Want to capture a lightning? No problem - just hit the capture button after the impact!
Afterwards share the catch or create a GIF of the impact.

"Lightning Camera" is absolutely free of ads and charge.

"Lightning Camera" works with the largest camera preview resolution of your device.
That means the resulting images will not have the high resolution of your main camera, but about 1280x720 on most devices or 1920x1080 on newer 5 inch devices.

Try it out and leave some comments about what you like to see in future releases!

Feel free to share some shots or simply like the Facebook page of "Lightning Camera": https://www.facebook.com/lightningcamera

Recent changes:
Version 2.0:
- added exposure compensation setting
- grid performance fixes
- minor bugfixes

Version 1.9:
- reverted camera buffer size change
- you can now disable tracking

Version 1.8:
- removed blocking camera initialization - you can now hit capture during initialization

Version 1.4 - 1.7:
- camera interface redesigned
- faster camera start
- you can now create, watch and share GIF's from your captured shots in the camera roll
- added multi selection for saving photos
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Free
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4.3
User ratings
939
Installs
50,000+
Concerns
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File size
2213 kb
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About Lightning Camera
Have you ever thought of a camera that captures a moment after it happened?
With "Lightning Camera" you can catch pictures of moments that happened up to 3 seconds before.
Want to capture a lightning? No problem - just hit the capture button after the impact!
Afterwards share the catch or create a GIF of the impact.

"Lightning Camera" is absolutely free of ads and charge.

"Lightning Camera" works with the largest camera preview resolution of your device.
That means the resulting images will not have the high resolution of your main camera, but about 1280x720 on most devices or 1920x1080 on newer 5 inch devices.

Try it out and leave some comments about what you like to see in future releases!

Feel free to share some shots or simply like the Facebook page of "Lightning Camera": https://www.facebook.com/lightningcamera

Recent changes:
Version 2.0:
- added exposure compensation setting
- grid performance fixes
- minor bugfixes

Version 1.9:
- reverted camera buffer size change
- you can now disable tracking

Version 1.8:
- removed blocking camera initialization - you can now hit capture during initialization

Version 1.4 - 1.7:
- camera interface redesigned
- faster camera start
- you can now create, watch and share GIF's from your captured shots in the camera roll
- added multi selection for saving photos
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Thursday 6:13 PM
Great concept, great app..1 of its kind! Excellent. Loved the app and its concept..its truly very helpful for lightning photography..would hv definitely got 5 stars if the zoom feature ws added n it hd the ability to capture images in atleast 1600x1200 resolution. Still great work by the developer..wonderful app..simple n effective!
A Google User
5 days ago
I cant increase the buffer size without it crashing back to my home screen.
A Google User
6 days ago
Lightening camera Saves a 1.34 second buffer, which helped with my "brain-to-finger" delay. Captured a fine lightening picture the first time on a Samsung Galaxy S4 that's aging and eligible for upgrade.
A Google User
Aug 20, 2015
Cool Only problem has nothing to do with software it's waiting for the lighting.
A Google User
Aug 15, 2015
I am really enjoying this app. It is taking some pretty good pictures of lightening.