Yesterday, the BlackBerry Camera app received an update to version 188.8.131.5205. According to the Google Play Store, the update adds support for widescreen (16:9) photos on the BlackBerry Priv, while making the camera zippier. Indicators will now alert users when a particular photo is being shot under low-light conditions, and when HDR is being employed to meld together the perfect shot. Auto-focus and capture are now optimized, and there is an improved peek preview. The update also kills bugs and makes the camera application more stable.
The BlackBerry Camera includes professional settings that you can apply as you frame the scene, including live filter effects and exposure control. Features like Phase Detection Auto Focus, OIS, and a dual-color flash help the camera focus instantly, deliver feedback to you quickly, and capture crisp, vibrant photos, even in low light"-BlackBerry Camera app"
The update can now be found in the Google Play Store. Click on the hamburger menu and go to My apps and games. You should see the update ready to be downloaded and installed on your BlackBerry Priv.
Screenshots from the BlackBerry Camera app on the Google Play Store
source: BlackBerryCamera via Crackberry