Star Capture - Night camera 4+

Fun camera using long exposure

Ohkyun Kim

Designed for iPhone

    • 3.4 • 18 Ratings
    • Free

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Capture night sight!

Star capture will help you to take a night- sight photo and stars.
You can also take diverse photos using Long-exposure such as water dropping, Milky Way, night-city sight, or your movement !

This camera app is based on long exposure feature so stabilize your phone for a few seconds during the taking picture. Then you can get a great photo.

What’s New

Version 1.4.3

Minor bugs fixed

Ratings and Reviews

3.4 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

Parmanand Dan ,

It is great when it works

The inability to manually control exposure makes it to take photos of dim parts of the sky. 90% of the times it does not focus resulting in a horrible photo. However when it do works it takes good photos. I wish a update could come that allows you to adjust the lens position manually.

GenghisKhanner ,

Bogus app

Used it and it’s totally a lie. Was adjusting exposure time etc to see Neowise and kept seeing these images of tons of stars but no comet. So, I aimed my camera at the dirt, and boy golly my dirt is also full of stars and has even more stars when I extend the exposure time! Yeah right lol.

Edit: The developer hilariously tried to make me sound unknowledgeable of how cameras work lol. I have several degrees in film and television production and use DSLR’s and other cameras frequently. I also downloaded another app from the App Store and got the proper results of a long exposure shot. What I saw from this app was not “noise”, it was a fabricated image. I even shone a light while taking a test image and it didn’t show up in frame.

Developer Response ,

Hi, GenghisKhanner! I'm sorry that you couldn't get great photos as you expect. Our product's features are focusing on "Long-exposure" which is not supported on iOS default camera app. So it's very sensitive and (as you might know) it can be affected the performance of device camera or background right. It is like "Pro-mode" of Galaxy phones of Samsung. For this reasons, if you aimed camera at dirt and you saw the stars, then it weren't stars but just noise of the camera shot. To reduce the noise, please control the exposure or ISO values. Thank you.

QReciprocity42 ,

Almost the best low light app

This app is the most sensitive one I’ve ever used for astrophotography, which is great. Wish there were a manual (sliding) focus feature, since the camera has trouble focusing automatically on dim objects, which renders the touch-to-focus feature useless. Even a fixed focus to infinity would be better than autofocus. The developer is awesome and responsive.

Developer Response ,

Hi, QReciprocity42! Thank you for using StarCapture! As you said, StarCapture is sensitive because for the capturing on night-sight, very small light should be gathered for find object in the dark and to capture clearly. So please stabilized device (ex: Put your mobile device on table and capture) when you use the app :) And also, there is manual focusing feature. When you touch the screen where you focus on, it will be focused.
Thank you! Have a nice day :)

App Privacy

The developer, Ohkyun Kim, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

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