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How to unlock new features in the iOS 8 Camera app with CameraTweak 3

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<p>When the CameraTweak tool was released for the first time, it resulted in a great update to make the camera more effective, adding features that we wanted in the Camera app. But oraiOS 8 has just updated the features of the Camera, do we still need this tweak? Let's take a look at the features of the tool<strong>CameraTweak 3</strong>.</p><div class=

After installing CameraTweak 3, the functions are enabled by default in the camera settings. Just open your camera application, you will see some new UI / button elements that allow you to do some interesting things. If you touch the camera button to the left of the shutter button you will see a menu, which will be different depending on whether you are on "Photo" or "Video". In the tweak there are many features, some of which are already available within the Camera diiOS 8 app itself. Here is the detailed description of what you will see by pressing the camera button while you are on photos / videos.

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<li>Touching the mode <strong>Adv</strong> gives you the ability to change the focal point and white balance separately.</li>
<li><strong>Timer</strong> provides a timer that can be adjusted from a second up to 30 seconds with the countdown to take a photo. (Photo only)</li>
<li><strong>Lapse</strong> allows you to take a photo every "X" seconds / minutes. (Photo only)</li>
<li><strong>WB Lock</strong>, of course, the white balance lock.</li>
<li>By sliding the menu bar upwards, you will have the possibility to manually change the exposure and / or focal point.</li>
<li>Another left swipea and the composition overlaps, which in reality are not yet optimized for the iPhone 6/6 +.</li>
<li>  You can also change the resolution of the video and photo. 144p video up to 1080p. With photos, you can also arrive at 2448p.</li>
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