Manual Exposure Added To The Motorola Camera App In Latest Update

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  1. DroidModderX

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    Motorola has always been a leader in durability and reception. They have also been at the bottom of the pack when it comes to camera quality. The silver lining is they have a camera app which can be and is often updated in the Play Store. The latest update brings manual exposure and a few minor bug fixes. The new feature allows you to increase or decrease the exposure by dragging the slider on the focus indicator left and right. This should be great especially for the Moto X which generally takes darker photos. Grab your update from the Play Link below.

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    THAT'S what that is! I saw that just minutes ago and wondered what the heck it was! SOOOOOO COOL!:p
     
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    Works pretty good on my Droid Maxx! Installing in the wife's Moto X tonight.
     
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    Great feature. Perfect for setting up for different kind of images (stills, motion, etc). Actually, now that I think about it, this should just be a standard feature like it is on a digital camera!
     
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    Good catch DMX!
     
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    Oh, yea. Noticed it yesterday. Wasn't this a standard feature on Droids back in the day? I swear my Dinc2 had this and my RAZR HD had it for sure. Thought it was odd it WASN'T there in the Turbo camera. So it's finally caught up to my last phone then?? :D

    Although it wasn't so neatly integrated.
     
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    Brilliant!! The beauty of exposure control made very easy. I love it!