Adjusts the sensitivity or gain of your camera. This makes the picture brighter the higher the value, but it will also introduce more noise and grain. Use in low light or to allow a faster shutter speed and capture fast moving action.
You can adjust for the range that your camera will support; typical ranges are 30-40 to 700-2100 and this will depend on which iPhone model you have and whether you are using the front or back camera.
Press to lock/set the Shutter Speed. As this locks exposure, ISO will also lock. The range will depend on your camera model.
Adjusting the white balance will change the color temperature of your image. For example, lower values will tend to make your images colder, tinted blue and higher, more orange.
Pressing WB a second time gives you access to six defaults.
Pressing the focus button a second time allows you set it straight to macro mode using the flower icon.
Each setting can also be tweaked without changing modes by directly swiping.
The flash button with toggle between Off, Auto and On.
Form left to right :
Scroll through thumbnails of each filter, press to select. Depending on your iPhone model this will update the thumbnails when you select a new filter. Tap the viewfinder when done.
Choose square 1:1 or normal 4:3 aspect ratio.
Press to show/hide a grid overlay on your viewfinder to aid composition.
Toggles between your devices front or back camera.
This can set the camera to take a photo after 2 or 10 seconds after you press the shutter button. The button will show the timer symbol when activated.
Press the up arrow to reveal more settings, detailed next :
When set, your viewfinder will automatically zoom whilst focusing to aid accuracy. When using the wheel this will be in the center of your view. Alternatively, using gestures on the viewfinder will zoom to the point of your first touch.
This will take a photo when you press and hold the viewfinder for half a second. This is useful if pressing the shutter button at times is awkward. Please note that this will not be effected by the timer delay mode and will take the photo straight after the half second.
Choose how much info you want displayed in your viewfinder. E.g. when set to full the current adjustment value is shown.
Choose if a single or double tap on the viewfinder will activate the action below:
The action taken when the viewfinder is tapped. Either a single or double tap as chosen above.
Will auto focus to the point tapped.
Will return the current camera setting to back automatic.
Switch on to navigate the live filters upon swiping the viewfinder.
Selects how much camera info is shown. The focus indicator will show a small dot within a circle for far focus and larger for close. On closet focus a macro symbol will be shown.
Shows all data, the ISO, Shutter Speed in seconds, White Balance in Kelvin and an indicator showing focus.
Shows detail on the currently selected setting only.
No data will be shown, although you can get an indication of values from the wheel.
Choose what color you wish for your user interface. The black color is of high contrast and can be better when shooting in bright sunlight. However the grey is low contrast and distracts less from your viewfinder when in normal or low light.
Will place the camera controls at the top of the screen when in portrait mode.
Stores the location of your photo in the files metadata.