Posted about 1 year ago
I have and am using this app a fair bit. I have version 1.8.2.
Still has the two modes. Quick mode where it takes 4 images in about 2 seconds and it will save the sharpest one to photoroll.
The Big difference from your critique is Enhanced mode. In Enhanced mode it takes six images and will save them to it's own LightDesk and return to the camera mode so you can continue taking images. When you have a bit of time you sit down and go to the LightDesk and select an image, up in the right top corner will be a button for align. This takes the six images and aligns them on top of one another. The button in the top right then changes to Enhance, clicking on that starts the magic of merging all the six images into one. The Aligning and Enhancing will take a little over a half minute to do and you land up with an image that can be up to 18mb but that size depends on which device you are taking pictures with.
I have taken images with this app and 645 Pro which can save to an uncompressed tiff instead of the more widely used jpeg and viewing the two images I find them both to be as sharp as the other but where ClearCam wins is noise or rather the lack of noise in ClearCam compared to 645 Pro.
This is one of the apps I use if I can take a few seconds but 645 Pro and Pure Shot have become my main replacement apps, in fact I have the std camera app buried on the last screen because I never use it any more.
Currently it sells for $0.99 and is well worth the money.