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Google Play offers downloads of Manual Camera: DSLR Camera Professional for Android for free.

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Your phone manufacturer probably already has all of your information...and you paid them.
My phone manufacture is google and regulated with how they use data... A well known dev with more than 1000 reviews... But based on your logic, the store you just shopped at has your credit card info, so why dont you just post that publicly here for us to use too. If you want to give away your data, go ahead but dont recommend that advice to others...
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I can already do all of those things with my phone's manual mode...pretty sure every Samsung phone has it. Not sure about Apple but most likely they have it as well.

I didn't see anything on the list I can't already do
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If you want a free feature-rich camera app, try Open Camera. It's open source, has over 130K reviews with an average of 4.3/5 stars.
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If you want a free feature-rich camera app, try Open Camera. It's open source, has over 130K reviews with an average of 4.3/5 stars.
Beat me to it, I was just about to post this. I find it a bit slow and cumbersome but very powerful.
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Is this a good camera app for Oneplus 6 or should I look for another?
https://forums.oneplus.com/thread...ne.800147/
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Beat me to it, I was just about to post this. I find it a bit slow and cumbersome but very powerful.
"Slow and cumbersome" is how I would describe all of the camera options I've tried since switching from iPhone to my S9. Samsung's "Sport mode" is the only lag-free option I've found, but it can't be set as the default. The "Auto mode" is slow as hell, even when saving to device memory instead of SD card.

Can anyone suggest a snappy Android camera option that actually takes good pictures?
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"Slow and cumbersome" is how I would describe all of the camera options I've tried since switching from iPhone to my S9. Samsung's "Sport mode" is the only lag-free option I've found, but it can't be set as the default. The "Auto mode" is slow as hell, even when saving to device memory instead of SD card.

Can anyone suggest a snappy Android camera option that actually takes good pictures?
This is one of very few things that I consider iPhones more superior over Androids (I've used LG, HTC, and Samsung...3 major Android players in the US). iPhone's stock camera app, even on Auto mode, is intuitive and very snappy while taking very good pictures in any lighting condition. With the live camera feature, which is now copied in the new Pixel phones (not sure if any other mfg has similar feature), you can choose the best shot.
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Damn and here I was thinking this app would upgrade the POS camera on my phone using some kind of magical software to get DSLR quality.
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This is one of very few things that I consider iPhones more superior over Androids (I've used LG, HTC, and Samsung...3 major Android players in the US). iPhone's stock camera app, even on Auto mode, is intuitive and very snappy while taking very good pictures in any lighting condition. With the live camera feature, which is now copied in the new Pixel phones (not sure if any other mfg has similar feature), you can choose the best shot.
Good point, I had the Pixel 2 for a few weeks and its camera was by far the best I've used on Android over the years. But the phone had other issues so had to go with the S9. XDA has ported the GCam to the S9 but it too is sluggish and finicky, crashing half the time I try to use it.
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Unknown dev based in indonesia with this being their only app and under 1000 reviews and only first released 1 month ago.... Not worth it.
Exactly - now willing to try it.
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"Slow and cumbersome" is how I would describe all of the camera options I've tried since switching from iPhone to my S9. Samsung's "Sport mode" is the only lag-free option I've found, but it can't be set as the default. The "Auto mode" is slow as hell, even when saving to device memory instead of SD card.

Can anyone suggest a snappy Android camera option that actually takes good pictures?
Try a pixel would be my $0.02
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Try a pixel would be my $0.02
Thx, see 2 posts up
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I'm amazed they can add a Single Lens Reflex to a cell phone using software. Doesn't seem like there would be enough room in the phone itself, even if you could magically download a prism and mirror.
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My phone manufacture is google and regulated with how they use data... A well known dev with more than 1000 reviews... But based on your logic, the store you just shopped at has your credit card info, so why dont you just post that publicly here for us to use too. If you want to give away your data, go ahead but dont recommend that advice to others...
Your reply doesn't correlate with what I said. I didn't tell anyone to use this app. I have a pixel as well, and in the terms of service, you agree to have your information shared with third parties who are not identified. The point is that you shared your information with a company for free which is exactly what I was saying.
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