[App] Burst Mode Camera
Burst Mode Camera : Now you can have a super-fast multi burst camera always with you and ready for action.
Hold down the shutter button for a continuous stream of pictures. Tap the screen before shooting for focus. Good light is key for achieving high speed. Use flash when needed. The pictures are saved into your phone’s Gallery under Burst Mode Camera folder.
Take a test drive and compare the shooting speed of Burst Mode Camera to any other camera app available on Google Play. Don’t forget to test saving speed also.
Burst mode is great for sports and nature photography, but also for everyday friends and family situations. You can get just the right pictures of your buddies, kids, pets or hobbies. Possibilities are endless, just use your imagination. Shutter sound can be turned off for “stealth mode” photography.
Picture resolution is automatically optimized for high speed and reasonable quality suitable for web posts, messaging and making collages. This kind of speed is not possible using camera’s highest resolutions.
Pro upgrade is available as an in-app purchase: adds zoom and front camera support, removes ads.
Burst Mode Camera user reviews :
I see so much potential for this app. ADD in a timer mode to do self pictures. Maybe make a few different settings for like a couple seconds or so.
Just what I needed to capture action shots during my kids sporting events. Thinking of upgrading to pro for zoom capabilities.
I dont like it
I have no idea what i’m doing i thought i could slow and fast forward the video. Its a picture. Terrible!
A great burst camera. Great job, really pictures, but I do wish the resolution could improve so that when I zoom the finished picture, it remains crispy clear. Overall, I do love using this app. =) Good job, developers!
Download Burst Mode Camera :
Leave your feedback regarding Burst Mode Camera
Get more android apps/games/updates
Subscribe to our mailing list and get new android apps / games and updates to your email inbox.
Thank you for subscribing.
Something went wrong.