This article is about two camera apps that I have purchased and actually use on my Apple iPhone 6s+. I am not being reimbursed or paid by either company for this review. It is my personal view about each, shared with my readers for their own consideration. I use both apps on my iPhone.
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Most if not all cell phones today come complete with a camera built-in. These cameras range from very basic poor quality to very advanced high quality. While none of them can compete quality or detail wise with a good dedicated camera, they are more than adequate for family and vacation photos in most cases. However, sometimes people will want an image that is “improved” over the default cell phone image. Some cell phone cameras can save the image as a RAW, TIFF or DNG file.
With a normal cell phone camera, the photos are processed internally according the cameras programming to produce a JPEG file which is what most people see. The advantage of JPEG is small file sizes that do not take up a lot of memory. The short-coming is that. once the cell phones software processes the image, any data not used for the processed image is discarded to keep file sizes small.
However some camera apps may be able to do more than produce a “default” JPEG file from high end cell phone cameras. I have two apps that I used to create High Resolution cell phone files, as well as for other purposes, and am sharing my personal thoughts opinions about them in case they are helpful to others.
CORTEX CAM does one thing which is to create high resolution files with great detail and tonal characteristics. CortexCam is available for both Apple iOS and Google or other Android phones. Continue reading