hope im clear...
thnq very much
I do not know of any application for this. However, even if you find one I am not sure you would like the results. Small very dense CMOS sensors like the ones in thee phones do not like long exposures. The sensor heats up quickly and creates tons of image noise that has to be removed in post processing. By the time you delete the noise, all the detail is gone as well. I have a $2.5K Leica that takes great pictures at normal exposures, but anything over 1/4 second is unusable to me.
If you want long digital exposures worth keeping, you really need to step up to a higher quality camera with a larger physical sensor. Oddly enough, the lower the megapixel count, the better the image will be.
And yet, my $1.8K Canon takes AMAZING long exposure shots, even up to 30 seconds.
here's one I setup in about 5 seconds a couple years ago: http://l3it3r.com/2007/bashir.jpg
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