Fast Burst Camera for Android Shoots Multiple Photos in Seconds on Any Android Device | Lifehacker.comNo Comments
Fast Burst Camera allows any Android device to take rapid-fire snapshots in quick succession, much like the burst shooting modes on newer phones like the Samsung Galaxy S III and the HTC One X. The end result for you is that you can capture multiple shots—up to 30 frames in a second if you camera allows it—with your smartphone of a kid’s soccer game or a bird in flight and then sift through them later to stitch them into an animation or find the perfect shot among the many.
The app comes in two flavors: a free and ad-supported version, and a $4 pro version that offers additional features like auto-focus, zoom, and disabling the shutter sound (which can get annoying if you’re taking dozens of shots.) Fast Burst Camera works by essentially taking dozens of shots and then caching them in active memory until you’re finished shooting. When you stop shooting, the app will then save each individual photo to your phone’s internal storage or SD card—a process that lets you take tons of photos at one time, but can take a long time after you’re finished shooting to save all your photos to the gallery.
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