Photo App Review: Pop Camera.
Pop Camera is a collection of unique and funky camera types wrapped in an animated interface that gives the sense of an analog feel and the originality of the
Pop Camera is fun to play with. The UI animations are very well done. Many of the retro film effects look good, but this photo app is still unfinished and has problems.
Among them, its low resolution output offsets all the spiffy features of the app.
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Pop Camera is a new addition to the multi-frame SuperSampler style of toy camera apps. Toy is a good word to describe this app. The user interface is very
The app has a great selection of SuperSampler-style cameras, all the way up to 16 shots. Shot-to-shot speed is easily selectable from the viewfinder. Fast is impresively fast between shots, but that
The viewfinder is not precise at all and is unusable for even closely accurate framing. This is not like Hipstamatic
Viewfinder framing vs. actual shot.
The 14 film effects are a combination of color, saturation and texture effects. Some look better than others, but overall, there isn
For SuperSampler effects, ClassicSAMP by misskiwi is a much better choice. Although it tops out at 9 frames, it
According to the developer, high resolution support is on the way. In my opinion, release of Pop FiiO M11 ?berpr?fen Sie den Hauptschalter, Camera should have been delayed until high-res support was already in place. Asking users to drop two dollars on a low-res app with the promise of high-res support that may or may not appear has potential to generate user ill-will and low App Store ratings, bad reviews (such as this one), and could potentially sink the app or delay its success and sales.
Pop Camera is $ 1.99 in the App Store. Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch (4th generation), iPad 2 Wi-Fi, and iPad 2 Wi-Fi 3G. Requires iOS 4.3 or later.