By Anton D. Nagy | July 27, 2013 9:33 AM
If you don’t have a Nokia Lumia 1020 you shouldn’t care about this one, at least not until Nokia finally pushes out the app to other Lumia devices in its line-up. However, if you were among the first ones to get on the 41-megapixel bandwagon, follow the source link below to update.
The latest version of the app adds even more functionality to the already feature-packed app. You will now be able to do bracketing on your pictures. Think of it as “manual HDR”, where the camera takes several shots at different exposure levels. You will, however, need to manually merge them on a computer or tablet with special software. This begs for the question: how much do Windows Phone users have to wait for HDR capabilities out of the box?
Source: Windows Phone Store