Cinamatic, Hipstamatic's iOS app for capturing short video clips, has been updated to implement manual control over focus, exposure, white balance, shutter speed, and ISO. This has been made possible by changes to the camera API in the latest version of Apple's mobile operating system, iOS 8. After the launch of the new OS manual control had been implemented in several still photography apps very quickly but Cinamatic is now the first video app to come with the additional controls. 

Cinamatic now comes with a range of manual controls.
Film simulation filters can be applied to your footage.

Apart from bug fixes and general performance improvements other new features in version 1.5 include more capture speeds in time-lapse mode (3, 6, and 9 frames per second) and slow-Motion (120 and 240 frames per second, requires iPhone 5s or 6), support for different capture durations (6, 15, 30, or 60 seconds and support for the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus screen sizes. 

As before, Cinamatic allows you to shoot short video clips of 3 to 60 seconds duration, apply a set of effect filters and directly share the results on Instagram, Vine, Facebook, YouTube or Vimeo. Intensity, contrast, saturation and brightness of filters are user adjustable. You can buy additional filters or upgrade to the Pro version via in-app purchase. The latter allows for adding of a soundtrack or merging of clips among other functions. Version 1.5 of Cinamatic can now be downloaded from the Apple App Store.

Results can be shared on Vine, Instagram, Facebook and other platforms.
Additional filters are available via in-app purchase.