Slow Shutter Cam app for iPhone is free right now

Slow Shutter Cam brings new life into your device’s photo toolbox by letting you capture a variety of amazing slow shutter speed effects that you only thought you could get with a DSLR.

Slow Shutter Cam offers three capture modes to capture unique images:

• AUTOMATIC: Equivalent to the shutter priority mode on a DSLR, the Automatic mode is perfect for creating ghost images, waterfall effects or suggesting movement in your photographs by adding a blur. This mode also features automatic exposure compensation so that your pictures are always perfectly exposed, no matter the shutter speed selected!

• MANUAL: In low light conditions, the Manual mode allows the camera to accumulate every photon of light hitting the sensor. The longer the shutter speed, the more light it will accumulate. You can even fine-tune the result using the exposure compensation slider to achieve the exact effect you want!

• LIGHT TRAIL: The Light Trail mode allows you to ‘paint’ with light, show car light trails and fireworks or capture any other moving light in a unique way. Unlike shooting with a DSLR and being tied to specific rigid settings to obtain good results, the Light Trail mode takes care of the essentials, letting your creativity soar!

Read more via Apple Sliced here.

More info and download link via Apple’s App Store: Slow Shutter Cam.

14 Comments

    1. i’ve used two similar apps and hand held with no prob at all…on the other hand, my uncle gets shaky as he is older so it’s not for all.
      downloaded with no issues. the app itself seems complete for things i use it for in imagery, so if the upgrade is pricey i can do without, although nice if it’s not.

      1. Good to know. I’ve always had shaky hands (genetic, I think, my father and brothers are all the same), so it might not work out well for me. We shall see tonight when I try to capture the stars.

  1. Something very fishy occurred as the app was being installed. It said I needed to “verify my security info” and asked for my iTunes password again (I had already given it inside the AppStore to start the download). Unprecedented.

    What’s up with that?!!!

    Anyone else seeing this?

  2. Says I have to update my iTunes but it’s already updated…also doesn’t say which company is offering slow shutter cam for free and I see more than one free one in the itunes store!

  3. Theres something about apps needing private info that scares me. Besides that this is an interesting app. I agree with comment #1 this seems like something to use with a tripod for a steady cam.

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