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  1. RiseUpGames's Avatar
    Ok, some playing around with shutter speeds, and I think it is just a UI bug, where the Shutter Speed is actually set to Auto, but it displays as 1/16000.
    Verified by taking photos at Auto (shown as Auto), and Auto (shown as 1/16000 after launching ProShot again). Both are same.
    And when tried at actual 1/16000 shutter speed, photo is what it should look like, lots of noise with not much lighting.

    Would be great if the dev. could look into the UI bug! :-)
    Thank you! I will patch it in the next update, which I plan to finish this weekend
    Techno-Freak likes this.
    08-09-2013 03:55 AM
  2. Techno-Freak's Avatar
    Thank you! I will patch it in the next update, which I plan to finish this weekend
    Awesome! And that's why we all love this app and the dev.!
    08-09-2013 05:27 AM
  3. matte88's Avatar
    wp_20121208_003.jpg
    this is an example to basic camera app. i think if i had ProShot time ago, perhaps the result would have been even better!
    btw i buyed ProShot and i love it!!
    08-10-2013 12:29 PM
  4. matte88's Avatar
    2013_08_03_14_35_15_proshot.jpg
    and this is shooted with ProShot from italy!
    08-10-2013 12:34 PM
  5. HansTj's Avatar
    It was early July and June gloom was still lingering around, so I didn't expect much out of my trip to Scripps Pier. However, my patience paid off. About 30 minutes in, the sky began to light up. The sky was on fire that night! And so was the ProShot app on my Nokia Lumia 920. Can't stop loving this app!

    Attachment 39404
    Image caption: Sky on Fire!
    For full-res image and full Lumia 920 gallery, please visit: Lumia 920 awesomeness - a set on Flickr
    This is now my desktop background
    aaa6112 likes this.
    08-10-2013 10:37 PM
  6. 920029's Avatar
    It's gotta be cool, Lois Lane has a Nokia 920.
    08-11-2013 08:49 AM
  7. FernandoDB's Avatar
    proshot vs nokia pro cam, who is better ?
    08-11-2013 09:53 AM
  8. aaa6112's Avatar
    proshot vs nokia pro cam, who is better ?
    ProShot, by a mile, because it offers these unique features:
    - Customizable and pinnable camera modes
    - Integrated EXIF viewer
    - Real-time contrast / saturation adjustment
    - Burst
    - Timer
    - Timelapse
    - Manual focus assist
    - Histogram
    - Highlight clip tool
    Last edited by aaa6112; 08-11-2013 at 02:34 PM.
    FernandoDB, RiseUpGames and yeewiz like this.
    08-11-2013 02:24 PM
  9. RiseUpGames's Avatar
    ProShot, by a mile, because it offers these unique features:
    - Customizable and pinnable camera modes
    - Integrated EXIF viewer
    - Real-time contrast / saturation adjustment
    - Burst
    - Timer
    - Timelapse
    - Manual focus assist
    - Histogram
    - Highlight clip tool
    Only a mile? I won't rest until it's 1,000 miles! :)
    08-12-2013 01:26 AM
  10. Davide_sd's Avatar
    last night i've done a little test:

    mode: timelapse
    interval: 20 seconds
    duration: no limit
    shutter: 4 seconds
    ev: +2
    iso: 800
    autofocus

    About two hours later my battery died. Here is the result, hope you like it!!!
    North Pole Star
    skynight.jpg
    08-12-2013 05:21 AM
  11. HaibaneReki's Avatar
    last night i've done a little test:

    mode: timelapse
    interval: 20 seconds
    duration: no limit
    shutter: 4 seconds
    ev: +2
    iso: 800
    autofocus

    About two hours later my battery died. Here is the result, hope you like it!!!
    North Pole Star
    Click image for larger version. 

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    wow, and wait when the ISO3200 comes ;)
    08-12-2013 06:41 AM
  12. jabtano's Avatar
    This is by far the best WP8 cam app presently...No question about it.
    08-12-2013 09:18 AM
  13. Davide_sd's Avatar
    wow, and wait when the ISO3200 comes ;)
    Can't wait to test the ISO3200, but as you can see in my picture, during the assembling of all the frames, even the noise has "sum up"... Later i'm going to try to assemble (again) the picture with matlab, to try to reduce the noise.
    08-12-2013 12:33 PM
  14. aaa6112's Avatar
    last night i've done a little test:

    mode: timelapse
    interval: 20 seconds
    duration: no limit
    shutter: 4 seconds
    ev: +2
    iso: 800
    autofocus

    About two hours later my battery died. Here is the result, hope you like it!!!
    North Pole Star
    Click image for larger version. 

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    love it! I've been wanting to try this out for a long time. Next camping trip for sure!
    Edit: btw, if you've manually set the shutter speed and ISO, the EV setting doesn't do anything.
    Last edited by aaa6112; 08-12-2013 at 01:35 PM.
    08-12-2013 01:23 PM
  15. strikeIII's Avatar
    Not sure if it was mentioned here or not but I was interested in the Pro Shot App as it has got a ton of positive reviews but my question is will Pro Shot take advantage of the Hi Res capabilities of the Nokia Lumia 1020?
    08-12-2013 02:39 PM
  16. RiseUpGames's Avatar
    last night i've done a little test:

    mode: timelapse
    interval: 20 seconds
    duration: no limit
    shutter: 4 seconds
    ev: +2
    iso: 800
    autofocus

    About two hours later my battery died. Here is the result, hope you like it!!!
    North Pole Star
    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	SkyNight.jpg 
Views:	58 
Size:	487.9 KB 
ID:	39823
    Whaa that's awesome, great idea! I want to see more :)
    Also, good reminder, I need to do more about saving power when doing extended timelapses.



    Not sure if it was mentioned here or not but I was interested in the Pro Shot App as it has got a ton of positive reviews but my question is will Pro Shot take advantage of the Hi Res capabilities of the Nokia Lumia 1020?
    Not yet, the support for the high resolution needs to be hard-coded because it's not natively exposed by the hardware. It will be coming soon tho
    strikeIII and Davide_sd like this.
    08-12-2013 03:14 PM
  17. strikeIII's Avatar
    Whaa that's awesome, great idea! I want to see more :)
    Also, good reminder, I need to do more about saving power when doing extended timelapses.





    Not yet, the support for the high resolution needs to be hard-coded because it's not natively exposed by the hardware. It will be coming soon tho
    Thanks, for the quick reply. I have purchased the app to support the great development.
    08-12-2013 03:42 PM
  18. aaa6112's Avatar
    last night i've done a little test:

    mode: timelapse
    interval: 20 seconds
    duration: no limit
    shutter: 4 seconds
    ev: +2
    iso: 800
    autofocus

    About two hours later my battery died. Here is the result, hope you like it!!!
    North Pole Star
    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	SkyNight.jpg 
Views:	58 
Size:	487.9 KB 
ID:	39823
    Quick question: Is this post or pre-GDR2/Amber? I'm afraid that if I try this out on my pre-GDR2 Lumia 920, I'll run into that MSFT bug (memory leak I think?) which will result in me having to restart ProShot. :(
    And I believe this bug has been fixed in GDR2.
    08-12-2013 06:49 PM
  19. RiseUpGames's Avatar
    Quick question: Is this post or pre-GDR2/Amber? I'm afraid that if I try this out on my pre-GDR2 Lumia 920, I'll run into that MSFT bug (memory leak I think?) which will result in me having to restart ProShot. :(
    And I believe this bug has been fixed in GDR2.
    The memory leak will (should) only happen if you take a few pics, hit the windows key, then navigate back to the app. It will then leak 30mb for every pic you take. I have been able to verify this is fixed with GDR2, but in any case, you shouldn't see the leak with pre-GDR2 if it's a fresh launch of the app :)
    aaa6112 likes this.
    08-12-2013 07:12 PM
  20. aaa6112's Avatar
    The memory leak will (should) only happen if you take a few pics, hit the windows key, then navigate back to the app. It will then leak 30mb for every pic you take. I have been able to verify this is fixed with GDR2, but in any case, you shouldn't see the leak with pre-GDR2 if it's a fresh launch of the app :)
    aah, thanks for that. now i can go camping without constantly thinking about this issue. :-)
    08-12-2013 07:39 PM
  21. Rain Chua's Avatar
    Will be fixed in the next update, which I've just submitted to Microsoft :) Here's the changelog:

    v2.8.2
    + added more timer options and 1/16000 shutter speed
    + minor performance improvements on high-resolution devices
    + added diagonal and golden ratio grid line options
    + now retains MF position when switching between AF and MF
    + various bug fixes


    As always, stay tuned, awesome stuff is on the way!
    Still having the manual focus jumping back to 50 issue when relaunch the app...
    08-12-2013 08:44 PM
  22. RiseUpGames's Avatar
    Still having the manual focus jumping back to 50 issue when relaunch the app...
    It only saves MF position during a single session (or when you navigate away and then back to the app). When the app is relaunched it will go back to default
    08-12-2013 11:36 PM
  23. asylumxl's Avatar
    Whaa that's awesome, great idea! I want to see more :)
    Also, good reminder, I need to do more about saving power when doing extended timelapses.
    Do you think there would be any way to implement dark frame subtraction for long exposures?

    I know its use would be a bit specialised and that something would need to be placed over the lens, but I just thought of it when I saw the star trails shot :).

    Also, I see that it's possible to set focus regions in WP8 apps. Would it be possible to add AF points like on SLR cameras? Perhaps even zoom in on them for the MFassist too?
    Last edited by asylumxl; 08-13-2013 at 08:00 AM.
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    08-13-2013 07:16 AM
  24. Davide_sd's Avatar
    Quick question: Is this post or pre-GDR2/Amber? I'm afraid that if I try this out on my pre-GDR2 Lumia 920, I'll run into that MSFT bug (memory leak I think?) which will result in me having to restart ProShot. :(
    And I believe this bug has been fixed in GDR2.
    pre GDR2! no problem at all!!!
    08-13-2013 11:43 AM
  25. RiseUpGames's Avatar
    Do you think there would be any way to implement dark frame subtraction for long exposures?

    I know its use would be a bit specialised and that something would need to be placed over the lens, but I just thought of it when I saw the star trails shot :).

    Also, I see that it's possible to set focus regions in WP8 apps. Would it be possible to add AF points like on SLR cameras? Perhaps even zoom in on them for the MFassist too?
    I keep a list of all of the specialized functions people request, and I hope to add them all into ProShot at some point :)

    I'm still trying to figure out a "better" way to handle point focus / focus regions than what's out there, so something along those lines should come sooner or later hah
    08-13-2013 01:09 PM
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