A new super zoom camera app with powerful scientific tools is now available for Android devices.
Scientific Camera app, available for download at the Google Play store, can serve as a telescope, a magnifying glass or a flash light in addition to working as a high-quality super zoom scientific camera.
Scientific Camera was recently featured as an Intellectuapp blog app of the day. The app was designed to extend the zooming capabilities of a phone well beyond what the built-in hardware allows. The free version of the app is able to zoom up to 50 times; the professional, premium version can zoom up to 80 times with live “Tele-Mode.” This app uses maximummegapixels with new 2k and 4k screen resolution technology.
Other features of the Scientific Camera app include an on-screen menu/context-menu for "Best Shot," "Effects" and "White Balance"; an auto flash-modethat gives users more choices in different lighting situations; a wide angle mode with a focus box that makes it easy to focus and take pictures by default; an "Info Era" menu option to show Google-glass, iWatch and Sci-Fi like "Geo Info" and "Weather Info" on the upper right corner and more.
The professional version comes with additional features that make the app even more flexible and versatile. Both versions of the app are intuitively designed, fast and easy to use.
“This digital camera idea is inspired by my childhood experience building powerful telescopes with low powered lenses,” said Lei Zhu, creator of the Scientific Camera app. “Even if your camera is not high quality, my new app will help anyone take high quality super-zoom photos, and the other scientific tools that come with the camera will be found invaluable to users.”
Scientific Camera was developed by InfoPlus. Learn more about the Scientific Camera app or download the app today at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lei.camera.api.