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Monday, May 12, 2014

[Windows Phone app] Nokia Camera (beta) updated with new camera roll, living images support and more


Nokia Camera (beta)Nokia have pushed out a new beta and stable version of Nokia Camera for Windows Phone. If you already have the app installed, you can either download the 4.7.1.3 beta version or the 4.5.2.2 stable version of Nokia's professional camera app for Lumia Windows Phones.

You can download the update directly on your device through the Nokia Collection on the Windows Phone Store or by using the following links:

Download Nokia Camera beta version 4.7.1.3 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

Nokia Camera beta version 4.7.1.3 has the following new features and improvements
  • Living Images support*
  • Continuous Autofocus for faster focusing*
  • Surround sound capture in Video*
  • New Camera Roll with Full Resolution Zoom and inline playback of video, cinemagraph, smart sequences and refocus images
  • Nokia Camera integrates with Creative Studio and Video Trimmer for editing your photos and videos

[NOTE] Living Images, Continuous Autofocus and Surround sound capture are supported only on devices running the Nokia Lumia Cyan software update.

The last major update to Nokia Camera for Windows Phone was released back in November 2013, where the app gained support for RAW DNG image capture on the  and . You can download the stable version of Nokia Camera version 4.5.2.2 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

Unfortunately no official changelog has been released with this version. So it looks like it may be a routine update with general fixes and performance improvements. Please feel free to leave us a comment if you notice any new features.
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