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Default [Q] Android Gingerbread: best 16:9 camera app

Well, I need a good advice. Sorry for my poor English
I have tried 3 or 4 different cameras from Market, but all of them has no 16:9 image aspect ratio or not works under Android 2.3.x. When the Android 2.2 version (stock ROM by DFT) was installed on my HD2, stock camera worked perfectly, including fullscreen 16:9 mode. Is there any good camera for Gingerbread?
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- 5Mpx photos
- 100% JPEG quality
- fullscreen 16:9 mode
- possible free


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Well, I need a good advice. Sorry for my poor English
I have tried 3 or 4 different cameras from Market, but all of them has no 16:9 image aspect ratio or not works under Android 2.3.x. When the Android 2.2 version (stock ROM by DFT) was installed on my HD2, stock camera worked perfectly, including fullscreen 16:9 mode. Is there any good camera for Gingerbread?
Requirements:
- 5Mpx photos
- 100% JPEG quality
- fullscreen 16:9 mode
- possible free


Thanks a lot!
If you are looking for full HD2 screen camera on gingerbread, you can try Vignette and set the aspect ration as 16:9.
But this will not use the full screen while taking pictures. But once the picture is taken it will be a 16:9 ratio.

But this aspect ratio might not use the full capability of the camera. The image quality might not be full 5 MP

Even WM6.5 takes photos of 4 MP
Wide screen
1552 X 2592 = 4 MP

The nexus one or gingerbread camera doesnt have 16:9 ration but the picture is full 5MP
2592 x 1994 = 5MP

So if you want full 16:9 photo you have to compromize on 5MP
 
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Thank you for the explanation, I'll try to use Vignette. And what about free software? Is there any alternatives? I don't need a lot of features and effects (zoom, sepia etc). The simpler the better Just autofocus and changing image resolution.
Thnx.

Yeah, Vignette is a greatest tool for HD2+Android 2.3.x camera! A truth is out there... This link hasn't been seen, isn't it?
 
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Very nice app. Thank you, man!!
 
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