So, next cab off the rank is the Zitrr Camera. Here’s the camera screen …
There are a number of options – level (turned on in this screen shot), seven different screen set up options (including rule of thirds, diagonals, square, golden etc) and different camera types.
There are options to use the usual iPhone camera set up, video, self timer, burst, anti-shake, interval and scan. Quite a versatile range!!
White Balance can be auto or locked, and filters are switched on by ‘pulling’ a red lever. There are 12 filter options – lomo, pastel, feather, crude, intense, haze, old paper, sketch, lux, toon, poster and comic. With this range there are filters that match Vintage (AppsApril#15), Luminance (not all options, but some – AppsApril#3) and a number of the others I have reviewed so far.
The gallery set up is straight forward …
Settings enable location identification, volume on the shutter, sounds, and back up and sharing choices.
I stayed in bed and checked out what Zitrr could do from my view point there …
Some zany effects!! The wardrobe never looked so interesting!!
I also took the opportunity to capture Cayleigh Cat – asleep on my bed and enjoying the opportunity to ‘lie in’!
She is an active sleeper (in fact pushes me across the bed at night!). Cute but!! Some vintage and drawing effects feature here.
Overall – I think this is a pretty handy app – not my favourite, but useful and intuitive to handle. Give it a go I’d say.
So that’s it for this review, thanks for reading it!!
Catch ya next time!