Dazz camera, your pocket photographer.
No need for post-editing, the most
realistic film photography or video is instantly presented with a single
click. The Dazz camera is inspired by the retro film camera of the 80s. Based
on the film...
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I think the developers did a wonderful job of mimicking the quality of cameras which they provide within the app, however I bought the full version and I was a little disappointed. I was hoping there would be more frame options (such as just a simple black frame, which is almost the same as the 8mm film except the 8mm has a giant square in the top of it, which bugs me a little). I like how the frames move just a small bit and are a part of the noise/grainy effect, but I regret spending a whole $10 dollars on the app. I’m hoping it’ll be worth it as they add more things when they update in the future.
I’m really enjoying the app and all the different type of camera styled filters and lenses that are available! My only suggestion would be to add a way to preview how the final pic will look in the end. With so many options it’s hard to choose which one to pick! For example: give a general idea of what the picture will look like with the type of camera selected and the different lenses with a stock photo. I find myself selecting camera + lens combos and uploading the same pic multiple times to compare which combination I like best. It’s a bit time consuming with the huge selection available.
By far, I have enjoyed the app but seeing as I’ve only used it in one setting by far, I’m not comfortable giving it 5 stars right now. When I use it more and maybe decide if in-app purchases are going to be worth it (right now, I’m lending toward buying them when I get the chance since the previews look so cool). But I love the options and the basic cameras/filters and I hope to continue to enjoy it for a long time and be able to give it 5 stars!
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