A great Android camera app with manual controls
Does the aperture change on the SIII? If it doesn't then fiddeling around with the shutter speed and ISO settings can only mess things up since there is only one optimal combination, but I guess adjusting the shutter speed and allowing the camera to compensate with the ISO setting would be useful.
Well, even if aperture doesn't chage, there is more than 1 optimal combination. Basically there's one optimal combination for each ISO option (vs shutter speed).
What I want is SPECIALLY control over shutter speed (and ISO, althgough letting the camera compensate it, like you said, would be fine too).
As for FV-5, I already have it (the free version), and it's nice, however when you choose shutter speed, the fastest you can get is 0,1s, which is still very slow.
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