Android 5.0 L was announced at Google IO recently, and we previously heard that it would bring some changes to the camera on Android devices.
According to a recent report by Android Police, Android 5.0 L will bring some major changes to the camera on your Android device, including a wide range of new features.
The new camera API in Android 5.0 comes with some interesting features that include a Digital Negative Format which is similar to RAW, HDR+, and full manual controls of capture and post processing.
A number of other things can also be modified, some of these can be seen below.
Lens focus distance
Color correction matrix
AE / AF / AWB mode
AE / AWB lock
Precapture AE trigger
Target FPS range
Head on over to Android Police at the link below to find out more information on the changes that will be coming to cameras in Android 5.0L. As yet we do not have any details on exactly when Android 5.0 will be released, as soon as we get some more information on a release date, we will let you guys know.
Source Android Police
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