06 January 2010

The Best Camera App for iPhone Ever!!!!

Not just a camera-plus app, but a Virtual Camera!


-Auto focus (3Gs Only)
-8X Zoom
-Anti shake
-Continuous shooting
-Self timer
-Date info
-Voice trigger
-Photo Effect: Distinct, Candy, Movie, Vintage, Sepia, Lomo and Mono

-Geo tagging
-WiFi photo sharing
-Share photos via Phone networks
-Change skins

-Only soft flash
-Only digital zoom
-Only 800X600 for 3G and 1024X768 for 3GS


Quick Start Basics
1) What is a soft digital camera?
A soft digital camera could boost your iPhone camera to its best.

2) To shoot a snapshots
Turn on, zoom, focus, snap!

Snapshot Tutorial
1) Auto focus
Hold G700 still, wait for the focus frame shrink and stable, when “Beep, Beep” sound turns up, it means your image is focused. Or use your finger to tap the viewfinder of G700 to make a focus.

2) Using Flash
Tap “Flash” button to turn on the soft flash mode to make your exposure brighter.

3) Shooting with Zoom
There is a zoom controller on the top right of G700, slide it to zoom.

4) Using Continuous Shutter
G700 has a smart continuous shutter system. You can set the shots from 3 to 10, and interval from 1 to 5.

5) Using Anti-Shake
Tap the anti-shake button, then a stabilize bar will appear to show you how still your camera is.

6) Using Sound Trigger
Tap Sound button for using voice to trigger the shutter.

7) Displaying the on-screen grid
Tap setting button to select grid, the on-screen grid could help you align the viewfinder.

8) Using Timer
Tap the “Timer” button to activate the self-portrait timer.

9) Adding Date Info
Tap “Date” button to print the date onto the photos.

10) Adding Geo Tagging
In the single shoot mode, the “Geo Tag” button is on the button right. Tap it to print the current location’s name onto the photos. It requires WiFi networks or phone networks.

Viewing Snapshots
1) Viewing Snapshots
Tap the “Playback” button on the top to enter the playback mode, then you will see the last photo-taken.

2) Play Images in Slide Show Mode
Tap the “Slide” button in the playback mode, and then the photos will be played as a slide show automatically.

3) Deleting Images
Tap the delete button, then select “yes”, the photo which is displayed on the monitor will be deleted

4) Saving a Photo to Camera Roll
In the playback mode, you can tap “Save” button to save the current photo to camera roll.

Editing Photos
1)Applying Filters
Filters can make your flat photos outstanding, to apply filters, tap the filter button in the playback mode, then tap each filter to apply effect, different filters can be overprint. Tap “Original” icon to restore the photo.

2)Applying Soft Flash
Tap “Flash” button to turn on the soft flash mode. You can select 3 level of flash lights.

3)Applying Vignette
Tap “Vignette” button to add a vignette frame to the current photo, then scroll the bar to resize the frame.

Sending Photos
1) Saving photos to camera roll
2) Sending photos via email

Changing Skins
Changing skins from library
Tap the on/off button, the monitor protector will slide up. Tap the “Library” button on the left of the monitor protector, after that just select an ideal skins for your G700.

For better results, please use G700 with 3Gs. For the first generation of iPhone, please the set up the resolution as 640X480.

GET IT..!!


cHiN said...

lame gila dowh tak tgk application baru. thanks for d update bro! ;)

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Anonymous said...

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I don't mean this in a bad way, of course! Ethical concerns aside... I just hope that as the price of memory falls, the possibility of copying our brains onto a digital medium becomes a true reality. It's a fantasy that I dream about all the time.

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