The new update brings the app to version 9.3, some of the main features include a five-picture HDR, a redesigned UI, Apple Watch support and a LowLight Plus mode, which we’ll talk about today.
I already had Pro Camera installed, so I updated to v9.3 and made the in-app purchase of $2.99 for the LowLight Plus feature (iOS 9 only). I have to say I was a little skeptical at first so decided to put the company’s claims to the test.
What you want to is find a subject, I’ve chosen my iPhone 6s box just for the purpose of this guide (Capturing images of people won’t work very well, you’ll see why later)
Open the Pro Camera app and tap the two arrows (circled red), then swipe left until you get to LowLight Plus mode
Hold your iPhone steady or better yet, have it on a tripod, and tap the shutter button (circled red). Then give it a few seconds to work its magic.
Heres a little comparison I did with the stock iOS camera:
Pro Camera already does a good job with low light photos but with the new LowLight Plus mode, it’s even better. Photos taken in low light usually have a lot of noise attached to them, with this new camera mode, developed with Cocologics technology partner, Ittiam Systems, you can take great photos in low light conditions with very little noise.
You can try out the new LowLight Plus feature for your self, it takes your picture but it has a watermark over it, if you’re satisfied with the results, you can make an in-app purchase of $2.99 for this excellent feature.
Pro Camera is available on the App Store for $4.99 and includes some in-app purchases (LowLight Plus mode and Vivid HDR)