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Smartphone Photography has been improving day by day with the improving camera hardware even for budget devices. So, here in this article we are listing out the best camera apps available for Android to make your pictures flawless. 

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1. Camera FV-5

Camera FV-5 is one of many camera apps for manual camera fans. It emulates various DSLR features. That includes manual shutter speed, ISO, light metering, focus, white balance, and more. It also supports JPEG, DNG (RAW), and PNG file formats. There is support for 30 languages as well. There is a ton of features. However, it does a good job of not feeling bloated. It even has support for volume key usage.

2. Camera MX

Camera MX is one of the oldest and most popular camera apps. Developers update the app regularly and that keeps it current. It works best for simple stuff. The app has a variety of shooting modes. You can also use it to shoot photos or videos. There is even a GIF mode to make your own GIFs. The built-in photo editor can do the basics as well. It's a decent all-in-one solution.

3. Camera Zoom FX

Camera Zoom FX is another one of the older camera apps that aged well. It's a good mix of simple and serious. You'll get manual controls for things like ISO, shutter speed, exposure, and more. There are also filters, HDR mode, various photo modes, and more. There are also a few plugins that add even more features. It's not as mainstream as Camera MX. However, it does have more features than most manual camera apps.

4. Cymera

Cymera is another one of the oldest and popular camera apps. It focuses more on mainstream features. That means you'll get a bunch of filters, stickers, special effects, and similar features. It also has a beauty camera mode. It can add or take away features from your face and body. We're not big fans of such dramatic alterations, but to each their own. It also includes a photo editor for minor edits. It's free to download. You can buy additional stuff as in-app purchases.

5. DSLR Camera


DSLR Camera has an ambitious name. However, it's one of the best manual camera apps. It features a decent number of manual controls. That includes white balance, light metering, a live histogram, ISO, and more. It also has various shot modes, geotagging, and you can use the volume buttons as shutter buttons. That's it, really. There isn't a lot of bric-a-brac to gum up the works. It works really well on most devices. It has a few bugs, but nothing major most of the time.

6. Footej Camera

Footej Camera is one of the newer camera apps. It has a good mix of mainstream and serious photography features. It uses Android's Camera2 API. That means it has a full assortment of manual controls. It can also shoot video, make GIFs, a photo's histogram, and burst mode. It also supports RAW format as long as your device does.

7. Manual Camera

Manual Camera is exactly what the name implies. It's a camera with a bunch of manual settings. It attempts to take full advantage of the Camera2 API. That means you get access to shutter speed, focus distance, ISO, white balance, and exposure compensation. It also has a timer and support for RAW. Your device needs support for RAW as well in order to use that feature. It's incredibly simple to use.

8. Open Camera

Open Camera is one of the most popular camera apps for serious photographers. It has most of the serious features we've discussed before. That includes manual camera controls. It also includes a timer, support for some external microphones, HDR, exposure bracketing, and more. It's also a great option for both photographers and videographers. The app is completely free with no in-app purchases or advertising. It's also completely open source. That's always a plus.

9. Snap Camera HDR

Snap Camera HDR is a good between for serious and amateur photographer types. There is support for manual camera controls, 4K video recording, RAW support, HDR, and file size options. It also includes fun shooting modes, effects, borders, color effects, and vignettes. There are camera apps that do manual controls a little better and apps that do fun filters and such a little better. It's rare to find an app that does both as well as this one.

10. Candy Camera

Candy Camera is part of a new wave of camera apps. This one is specifically for selfies. It has a bunch of filters. It also includes makeup tools, stickers, and additional stuff. There is also a collage mode. The UI is a little hard to use at first. It gets easier the more you use it. It's not something a serious photographer would want to use. It's more for things like Instagram photos or other social media stuff. 

So,  I hope you all are satisfied with the list and if you think I missed out any apps do mention in the comments, I'll make sure to update the list.

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