¿El invento del siglo o la esclavitud del milenio? Yo lo tengo clarísimo.

Me acabo de dar cuenta que hace tiempo que no os torturo con una brexit práctica de esas largas, y este breve articulito que acabo de ver en Dpreview me va de perlas para conseguir mi malvado propósito, el de martirizaros, claro.

The Hydra app from Belgian company Creaceed is one of the more interesting iOS camera apps we have seen in the recent past. Applying multi-frame methods merging up to 60 exposures, Hydra offers a range of clever-looking capture modes, including an HDR mode that combines up to 20 exposures, a Hi-Res mode that can produce up to 32MP images and a Zoom mode that, by making use of the Hi-Res mode technology, allows for digital zoom with better detail than the standard method.

Now the app has received a major update, with version 1.5 finally supporting the optical zoom lens in iPhone dual-camera models. This means that the combination of optical zoom and the app’s advanced digital zoom you can now achieve even better zoom results up to a 8x magnification.

In addition HDR and low light modes are now available on the front camera, allowing for better selfie images in low light and high-contrast scenes.

Hydra 1.5 requires iOS 10.0 and can be downloaded from the App Store for $4.99. More information is available on the Hydra website.

Via: Mac Rumors

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