This camera app is able to take pictures of a real starry sky. You can take stars of the first magnitude and stars of the second magnitude or less in good condition.
You can also get the pictures processed through more than seventy kinds of image processing filter.
To take pictures of the starry sky, you have only to
(1)set your iPhone camera toward a starry sky on a tripod,
(2)tap the star icon (star1,star2 or star3), (Star1 is recommended.)
(3)release the shutter, and just wait a minute or so.
For star 1, select the pixel that appears brighter for each pixel of the continuous shoot image so that the brightness of the star in the dark night sky will emerge.
Star 2 raises the brightness tone according to the number of consecutive shots, and makes a bright picture.
For star 3, brightness is added for each pixel of the continuous shooting image and it is very brightly photographed.
Even with the same number of exposures, it will blend brightly with stars 1
- When tapping a shooting function button (HDR, star 1, star 2, etc.), the function will be explained with a balloon. This callout can be disabled in the settings screen.
- The moon age and the image at that time are displayed on the setting screen. Please use it as a reference for shooting the starry sky.
- The camera resolution just after startup is 4K (2K for iPhone 6 and earlier models). Tap the [Full] button to get the highest resolution.
- It is recommended to set the sound volume to the lowest level before shooting at the highest resolution. (The shutter sound can be reduced.)
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