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Timeshift burst released by Sony in the Play Store

By Anton D. Nagy January 22, 2014, 3:20 am

Timeshift burst was one of the main selling points of the Sony Xperia Z1‘s camera; the mode allows you to capture 61 frames within two seconds, with initial frames being capture even before pressing the shutter. This way Sony tries to make sure you’re not missing a crucial moment, as you can scroll through the thumbnails and save the exact frame of your liking.

Just as Motorola released its Moto X camera app in the Google Play Store, Sony has done the same with Timeshift Burst. According to early feedback, users of devices like the Xperia Z and Z Ultra were able to successfully install and use this new camera capture mode. If you have a compatible device, you can give it a try (even if you don’t) by following the source link below.

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Source: Google Play
Via: AndroidPolice

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