TapTapTap has rolled out a new update this week for its awesome Camera+ iOS application, which its creators say is one of the first applications, if not the first app to support the iPhone 5’s new low light photography mode.
The new updated Camera+ app also now support higher resolution images when you are sharing them with your friends and family via Facebook.
Scott Meinzer of TapTapTap explains how the new low light mode on iPhone 5 works.
“Apple has added the ability for the sensor in the iPhone 5 to take pictures at 4 times the sensitivity. If you’re a camera buff this means the ISO can go from a limit of 800 before, up to 3200 now!
We’re excited to announce that Camera+ 3.5.1 supports extended low-light shooting on the iPhone 5! To show you exactly what this means we’ve taken a comparison photo with Camera+ on the iPhone 4, iPhone 5, and iPhone 5 with new low-light mode. It adds some additional noise, as you can see in the 100% zoom, but it also enables you to take photos you wouldn’t have been able to take otherwise.”
The latest Camera+ iOS app update also include a number of bug fixes for iOS 6 and tweaks for permission errors, it also now available to download from the iTunes app store.
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