Lens Corrector corrects/removes radial distortions which occur with wide angle lenses, such as used in GoPro Hero or DJI Vision cameras, and fish eye lenses. Lens distortions are especially visible on aerial photography where straight lines, such as the horizon, show significant curvature.
- Correct lens distortions*
- Adapt curvature and zoom correction factors
- Process full resolution
- Support for custom presets
- Post processing controls for saturation, and advanced contrast modification
- Batch function for processing multiple images.
* Lens distortions/barrel distortion
+++ Disclaimer +++
This app is an alternative app for controlling GoPro Hero cameras. We are not affiliated with GoPro Inc. in any way.
- Added batch function for processing multiple images.
- Updated UI.
Ratings and Reviews
Works well enough
I needed to remove fisheye from a number of pictures I took with a GoPro. This did exactly what I needed, and it is pretty cheap. Directions would have been nice though.
Does not correct videos
I went ahead and bought this thinking it would correct my GoPro videos. It doesn’t. It only corrects pictures (of which, who actually takes pictures with a GoPro?!).
Lens Corrector for Fisheye
…that’s what it should be called anyway. I used it for making the horizon level some photos of the Northern Lights over Lake Superior. I used a 10mm f/2.8 fisheye lens for the photos and this app worked wonderfully. It’s simple and easy to use. It is only for editing photos (not video). The app name should drop “GoPro” and instead use “Fisheye”. There are no compression settings for saving the file but on an 11 MB jpg after processing it resulted in a 9-10 MB jpg. I can’t discern any quality loss. Once a photo is processed in this app you will want to use an image editor to rotate and crop.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.