Microsoft Pix App For IOS Users
The new camera app was launched to the iPhone store recently and promised to do alot better than the iphone camera. The redesigned Camera app is faster and simpler than ever. Just point and shoot to take great pictures automatically.
Microsoft Pix has no user controls, but is instead controlled by AI software, which attempts to work out what you are photographing and automatically adjust the settings to give users the best results.
The app detects any "interesting motion" in your shot and then stitches together a burst of shots into a short looping video called Live Image, the company says on its description page. The feature is available for iPhone and iPad models that are iPhone 5s and later, unlike Apple's Live Photo feature that is available for recent models only.
You can also use the video function to record super-stable videos in real-time as well. Which again, works a lot better than the iOS implementation by default in my testing.
With the COMPARE button, you can quickly compare the original and the enhanced versions with a toggle button. Microsoft is also adding in its own version of Apple's Live Photos, letting you create live images by stitching together all the burst frames into a looping video.
- Living images add motion to still photos*
- Rich capture (HDR and Dynamic Flash) let you shoot now, adjust later*
- Slow motion video with adjustable speed after shooting*
- Video stabilization for super smooth videos, automatically*
- 4K video capture lets you save still images from video*
- Burst mode takes photos in rapid succession when you hold down the shutter button
- Latest imaging algorithms for super sharp images even with low light and motion
- Pro controls to adjust exposure, ISO, and more
- Framing grids
- Lenses for using other picture-taking apps
The app can be download directly from the iPhone store here:http://go.skimresources.com/?id=66960X1514734&site=theverge.com&xs=1&isjs=1&url=https%3A%2F%2Fitunes.apple.com%2Fus%2Fapp%2Fid1127910488&xguid=&xuuid=677d7367e790133426ee87240ce52fbf&xsessid=&xcreo=0&xed=0&sref=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.theverge.com%2F2016%2F7%2F27%2F12295450%2Fmicrosoft-pix-iphone-camera-app&pref=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com%2F&xtz=420