The 645 Pro app is said to be the first iPhone camera app that takes developed raw images, which are TIFF images that "have had no in-app post-processing applied and, critically, no JPEG compression at any stage," say the developers. The images are saved in the app and can only be transferred back to a computer using iTunes.
The app also produces JPEG versions of the images, which are processed using one of seven film modes, from E6 to C42 and F4, among others.
645 Pro has been developed for professional and serious amateur photographers, and lets users control image quality, spot metering, white balance, exposure and autofocus among many other features. "Every setting is managed directly from the camera, with no layers of menus to negotiate," say the developers. "You have instant access to everything that can be controlled."
The app also offers five shooting sizes from 6x6 to 6x17.
645Pro is available now on iTunes for iPhone 4 and 4S running iOS 5.0 or above. It retails at £1.99/$2.99.
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