Moment Pro Camera App introduces few more manual controls

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Moment is the company behind the popular Moment lenses. Last July, Moment launched its Pro Camera app for both Android and iOS to bring powerful pro camera controls to users for just a couple of bucks. Today Moment pushed its biggest update ever to the app by adding a bunch of cool new features to the app, and also bringing in the Android version up to parity. With today’s update, Moment seems to have gained more of the features of other advanced camera apps like the iOS-exclusive Halide and Filmic Pro.

Pro Camera now has two new analytics layers such as focus peaking and zebra stripes.

Zebra stripes:

The updated Moment Pro Camera app features a new Zebra Stripes option, which is designed to let you see a visual representation of areas that are either under or overexposed so that you can accordingly adjust your camera settings. In areas that need adjustment, you’ll be seeing stripes in the viewfinder.

Focus Peaking:

Focus Peaking in photo or video mode highlights sharp edges in the viewfinder while you’re manually focusing.

Android users are getting a couple of extra features in this update. The most useful of them is the ability to set separate focus and exposure points in an image. For instance, you could expose an image for background while still focussing on an object in the foreground. You can also now save images in both RAW and JPG file formats simultaneously, and there’s a new RGB histogram to give you a better idea of your video color, balance, and exposure levels at a glance.

The Moment camera app is available on both iOS and Android where it now costs a single upfront fee of $5.99 or $3.99 respectively on both.

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