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[APP] Fast "Burst" Camera for Android

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14th June 2012, 05:56 AM   |  #1  
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When HTC and Samsung came out with burst camera in their quad core devices we were all excited by one of the camera feature "Burst shot mode"

But now thanks to Spritefish we can now have the same experience on our Android devices and you don't need to have the One X or S3

Fast Burst Camera has made its way onto the Play Store and it does exactly what we were looking for. Simply hold down the button and you can snap up to 30 frames in a single second if your device allows it. The free version works just fine, but has a few ads which can seem intrusive. For $4, you can buy the pro version which unlocks some additional features such as auto-focus and lighting settings. View the video below to see some real life experiences with the application and see if it could help you take some neat shots.

Note : due to the high speed, pictures are not taken in the highest resolution possible.

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Seems a must-have app for my SGS2 CM9! Thx!
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16th June 2012, 06:11 AM   |  #3  
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Lags and quality is inferior

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This isn't new... it's old... very old. Still a great app nonetheless!

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Great app! Does it take pictures in full quality though?
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With that kind of pic resolutions, I might be better off by just shooting a video and extracting those frames manually afterwards.
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Used the app on my galaxy note, I am amazed by its ability. Just the image quality needs improvement. I tried the lite version though, anyone see any difference in the pro version?
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When I read the portal news piece I was anticipating a tool to take rapid fire full resolution pics. While my G2X doesn't have a dedicated camera processing chip but it is still a dual core Tegra phone. I was disappointed to continue reading and discover it was about an app I've had on my phone for nearly a year. Don't get me wrong, I really like the app but it wasn't what I was expecting. Kinda bummed because the stock ROM camera software was pretty good and could do six photo bursts at 2MB but the ROM sucked monkey balls. Still recommend fast bust camera a long a you have plenty of light.

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Lags and quality is inferior

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lower the resolution and it wont lag

and that app is made for high quality devices
16th June 2012, 12:27 PM   |  #10  
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The burst speed is incredible, no lag but the resolution is very low (800*480 insead of 2000*1600)

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