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Friday, March 14, 2014

[Windows Phone app] Nokia Refocus now available for all Windows Phone 8 Lumias


Nokia Refocus for Windows Phone is a camera app which allows you to take macro photos and and adjust its focus later. The app was released back in November for all Lumia smartphones that make use of the PureView imaging technology – the Nokia Lumia 920, Lumia 925, Lumia 928, Lumia 1020, and Lumia 1520. Now the app has been extended to all Nokia Lumia devices running Windows Phone 8 with the Lumia Amber update.

You can download or update the app directly on your device through the Windows Phone Store. You can also download the app using the following link

Download Download from Windows Phone Store
Price Free
Requirements Windows Phone 8.0; Windows Phone 8.1
Press the Search searchbutton on your Windows Phone, tap Vision vision and then scan the following barcode by pointing your device camera toward it
Download using QR app

Nokia Refoxcus for Windows Phone captures a set of images with different focus points one after another. After these get merged together, you can manually choose the focal point of the final image. You can opt to focus on a foreground object and the background will automatically get blurred. Should you decide to create an emphasis on the background of the image, the objects in the front become softened. If you don't feel like experimenting, however, you can choose everything to remain focused.
“As we have seen with the great imaging apps like Nokia Camera before, lots of people have been asking for it and we responded. You spoke, we listened. Now anyone that owns a Lumia can enjoy the power and creativity of Nokia Refocus”, claimed Jens Eggert, who is the Lead Program Manager of Nokia Refocus. “To create a great Refocus image, move as close as possible to the object nearest you, get that in focus – between five and ten centimetres – and ensure you’ve got something defined in the background. The best advice, however, is experimentation. Just play, it’s fun!”
It it important to say that the focus of the Refocus-taken images can be changed by anyone you've shared your creation with. You can show off your creations on Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks, however, you need to share them via Microsoft's OneDrive cloud storage service.

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