By Taylor Martin | April 24, 2013 7:00 AM
Just two or three years ago, smartphone cameras were laughable, at best. Sure, there were a few out there worth mentioning, like the iPhone 4 or Nokia N8. But the majority of smartphones just had cameras as a technicality, not because they were terribly impressive or groundbreaking.
Fast forward to today, and many manufacturers have fitted their flagships with image sensors that rival most point and shoot cameras – if not entirely in quality, in portability and convenience. The 8- and 13-megapixel cameras of 2012 and 2013 have sparked a revolution in mobile image sensing, and we’re bound to only see leaps in mobile cameras moving forward.
That said, not every Android phone comes with adequate software. And even those that do are sometimes missing important features – especially options to shoot in manual mode or tweak settings, such as ISO or light metering. Using the applications in this video, you can supercharge your Android camera experience!