Discussion in 'Sony Chat' started by dmpop, Dec 21, 2015.
Do you use camera apps? And do you have any favorites?
No, I use Gimp for any adjustments.
No , Adobe Lightroom 5 .
Both of which are "applications" in modern parlance. I don't know when "Computer Programs" went out of fashion.
I know "app" is the current buzz word used mainly by the iphone generation but for the last forty years to me it's been "software" and I'm unlikely to change now.
I have been impressed with photogene on my iPad. It was at the time I installed it one of the few apps that could cope with RAW files and it provides some reasonable editing functions. Only used when I don't have access to the home pc.
Actually I was referring to apps you can install directly onto your camera, and not photo editing desktop (or mobile) applications. I apologize for the confusion.
Sure , but that's not what the OP seems to be asking .
You can download "apps" of Sony's webstore for certain Sony cameras .
I don't own the cameras that support this , and there aren't many apps anyway .
The only one that would have any use to me is the intervalometer one , but I have a wired remote that does this anyway .
Any processing I do on a PC later anyway .
EDIT ; The OP confirmed this while I was typing .
.... now I see, the OP was mainly referring to cameras built into mobiles.
Sorry I misunderstood, also didn't realise it was Sony chat ( I use the new post filter that is cross-forum). There is a project that provides alternate operating system for cameras - it started with Canon but may do more makes now - but the name escapes me just at the moment
PS it might be magic lantern
Not mobiles .
Some new Sony cameras can have apps down loaded directly onto them .
Either extra functions , or features that allow PP in camera rather than on a PC .
I don't know...this smacks of witchcraft to me!
I agree .
BURN THE WITCH !
FILM RULE'S !
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