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Default Grid mode for camera??

Is there a grid mode or rule of third in the stock camera app?
is there a way to add this type of feature to the stock if there isn't any?
 
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Is there a grid mode or rule of third in the stock camera app?
is there a way to add this type of feature to the stock if there isn't any?
You would need to download a new camera app for this. The stock camera app is still lacking features, and the view screen is not even the same aspect ratio as the pictures its taking.
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Focal is a good camera app with grid. You can download it on play store.

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Snap camera has that option. Its my camera app of choice

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Focal is a good camera app with grid. You can download it on play store.

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Hear about this in my research but it looks bulky, so many features for a camera app. I am not sure if many of them are necessary.
what is your preferred camera app? Do you use Focal personal?

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Is it close to the stock camera. From what I've seen with the stock camera, it looks great and easy to use, not too much unwanted junk.
 
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You would need to download a new camera app for this. The stock camera app is still lacking features, and the view screen is not even the same aspect ratio as the pictures its taking.
that's disappointing !
 
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Hear about this in my research but it looks bulky, so many features for a camera app. I am not sure if many of them are necessary.
what is your preferred camera app? Do you use Focal personal?
There isn't that much features. It got flash, white balance, scene mode, HDR, effects, exposure comp., burst mode, timer and settings which has image size, toggle exposure ring, auto-enhancement and grid mode. Yeah I use focal.
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