Camera51 is a new Android photo app that prides on great point-and-shoot results

Camera51 is a new Android photo app that prides on great point-and-shoot results
Camera51 is a new and promising camera interface app for your Android phone that tries to resolve a pressing issue - how to shoot great photos from the first snap, without tinkering with the settings to no end. The app "detects and analyzes faces, scenes, objects and lines and guides you to the perfect frame in every click," say the creators, and it indeed takes the intelligent auto regimes of various manufacturers to new heights.

The piece features auto-framing, like a professional photographer would do, as well as manual selection, where you tap on the desired object to determine the best exposure settings for it, and can even choose up to three objects in a frame for the best all-around results. Camera51 will also warn you if there are peripheral objects in the frame that may interfere with metering in an undesired way. 

Unfortunately, all that object computing means that you have to have a pretty powerful device for the best, non-laggy results, so lower-end Androids might have issues utilizing the app to its full potential. If we've piqued your interest, give Camera51 a chance from the source link below, and tell us what you think about its results, compared to the stock camera app that arrived with your handset.

Developer: Camera51Download: Android
Category: PhotographyPrice: Free

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