ProShot might not be the best-known third party camera app for Android but in terms of features and control over shooting parameters it certainly gives the competition a run for its money. Users can shoot in Auto, P and full manual modes and even define custom modes. In M mode you can also set the camera to Shutter Priority with Auto ISO. You can select from a range of grids and level options and shoot JPEG, Raw or both combined, as long as your device is compatible.

An adjustable JPEG compression factor, the ability to reduce default noise reduction and custom aspect ratios are among other features that should be interesting to power users. With version 3.2 of the app the feature set has now been further expanded with exposure, ISO and shutter bracketing in addition to the usual bug fixes and performance improvements. Of course, the availability of many of the features will depend on the hardware you are using. So, if you decide the purchase the app it's probably worth testing if the features that are most important to you work with your device within the trial period.

If you'd like to see the app in action before you buy you can download and install a demo version here. The full version is available for $1.99 in the Google Play Store. An iOS version with a slightly different feature set available as well.