ProCam 6

ProCam 6 for Pc

Written by Samer Azzam

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Download and install ProCam 6 on your Laptop or Desktop computer

If you want to install and use the ProCam 6 app on your PC or Mac, you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We have worked diligently to help you understand how to use this app for your computer in 4 simple steps below:

Step 1: Download an Android emulator for PC and Mac

Ok. First things first. If you want to use the application on your computer, first visit the Mac store or Windows AppStore and search for either the Bluestacks app or the Nox App . Most of the tutorials on the web recommends the Bluestacks app and I might be tempted to recommend it too, because you are more likely to easily find solutions online if you have trouble using the Bluestacks application on your computer. You can download the Bluestacks Pc or Mac software here

Step 2: Install the emulator on your PC or Mac

Now that you have downloaded the emulator of your choice, go to the Downloads folder on your computer to locate the emulator or Bluestacks application.
Once you have found it, click it to install the application or exe on your PC or Mac computer.
Now click Next to accept the license agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application properly.
If you do the above correctly, the Emulator app will be successfully installed.

Step 3: for PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and look for its search bar. Once you found it, type ProCam 6 in the search bar and press Search. Click on ProCam 6application icon. A window of ProCam 6 on the Play Store or the app store will open and it will display the Store in your emulator application. Now, press the Install button and like on an iPhone or Android device, your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
You will see an icon called "All Apps".
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the icon. Click on it and start using the application.

Step 4: for Mac OS

Hi. Mac user!
The steps to use ProCam 6 for Mac are exactly like the ones for Windows OS above. All you need to do is install the Nox Application Emulator or Bluestack on your Macintosh. The links are provided in step one

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Thank you for reading this tutorial. Have a nice day!

ProCam 6 Software Features and Description

SHOOTING MODES - Photo - Night Mode - Burst Mode - Slow Shutter - iPhone 5 / iPad 3 and later - Portrait Mode - requires dual lens camera system - 3D Photos - requires dual lens camera system - Video - Time Lapse PHOTO SHUTTER RELEASE OPTIONS - Self-Timer - Anti-Shake - Screen Shutter / Big Button - Interval VIDEO FRAME RATES AND RESOLUTIONS - VGA, 720p, 1080p - 4K Ultra HD - 3264x1836 upscaled to 3840x2160 - in-app purchase - iPhone 5s / iPad Air 2 and later - 4K Ultra HD - 3840x2160 - native support on iPhone 6s / Plus and later - 4K Max - 4032x2268 - in-app purchase - iPhone 6s / Plus and later - High frame rate: * 48 / 50 / 60 fps 720p - iPhone 5 / iPad mini and later * 96 / 100 /120 fps 720p - iPhone 5s / iPad Air 2 and later * 192 / 200 / 240 fps 720p - iPhone 6 and later * 48 / 50 / 60 fps 1080p - iPhone 6 and later * 96 / 100 / 120 fps 1080p - iPhone 6s / Plus and later * 192 / 200 / 240 fps 1080p - iPhone 8 and later * 48 / 50 / 60 fps 4K - iPhone 8 and later TIME LAPSE FRAME RATES AND RESOLUTIONS - VGA, 720p, 1080p - 4K Ultra HD - 3264x1836 upscaled to 3840x2160 - in-app purchase - iPhone 5 / iPad Air 2 and later - 4K Ultra HD - 3840x2160 - native support on iPhone 6s / Plus and later - 4K Max - 4032x2268 - in-app purchase - iPhone 6s / Plus and later - High frame rate: * 48 / 50 / 60 fps 720p - all devices * 48 / 50 / 60 fps 1080p - all devices * 48 / 50 / 60 fps 4K - iPhone 5 / iPad Air 2 and later * 48 / 50 / 60 fps 4K Max - iPhone 6s / Plus and later MANUAL CONTROLS - Manual exposure, shutter speed, ISO, focus, and white balance controls - Scroll and steppers system inspired by DSLR cameras - Tap location accurate manual focus assist - True focus peaking - Zebra stripes - overexposure warning - Live shutter speed, ISO, focus, and WB values - Manual controls are supported in all photo and video modes MAIN CAMERA FEATURES - RAW (DNG) iOS 10 - iPhone 6s / iPad Pro 9.7 and later - Lossless TIFF file format support - Intelligent 3-shot HDR - AEB (Auto Exposure Bracketing) with RAW support for high contrast conditions - Live light level histogram - Adjustable aspect ratio (4:3 / 3:2 / 16:9 / 1:1) - Video pause/resume functionality - Video audio meter (Avg. / Peak signal levels) - Still photo capture during video recording - Realtime video stabilization (ON/OFF) - Video disk space indicator - Thirds grid and horizontal tiltmeter. - Date / time / location / Copyright stamp PHOTO / VIDEO EDITOR & PHOTO EDITING EXTENSION - Nondestructive editing - all edits, including cropping, are completely amendable / reversible - 60 expertly crafted filters - 17 lenses: Vignette / White Vignette / Fisheye / Tilt Shift / Macro / Tiny Planet / Wormhole / Split / Kaleidoscope I, II, III, IV, V / Ripple / Striped / Hatched / Halftone - 19 comprehensive adjustment tools - Trimming, cropping, rotating, mirroring, straightening, and perspective correction - Extremely accurate timeline with the ability to review videos frame by frame - Ability to add background music

Top Reviews

  • Low Spec Features Compared to Rest

    by Aarron Anderson
    It’s crazy how the app “CameraPixels” another premium - similar to yours - camera app has focus bracketing AND bracketing in general for HDR photo taking, up to 15 photos of different exposures. Why does this - you - advertise as the best, but seem have zero intention to implement these features. Also camera pixels has the ability to LOCK the shutter speed in video to achieve and actual 180 shutter angle when recording video. Allowing ISO to change dynamically and extremely fast. You - ProcCam 4, and 5 - only allow the user to set the shutter Manuel - in video -to achieve the desired shutter angle, even worse the iso can’t be set to AUTO when shutter speed is in Manuel - in video mode -. So when recording, this desired setup only allows the user to change iso Manuel. Creating pretty UN-Smooth exposition change / gradation when recording. Also, please implement a more Manuel long exposure, instead of always blowing iso outa wack when detecting a really dark scene. AND PLEASE ALLOW 4K MAX video to be uploaded to google drive / similar services when pressing that share button.
  • Use It Every Day

    by Dennyhayes
    Awesome for capturing doccuments, but the OCR doesn’t do very good for store receipts. I’m guessing that the latest iPhone doesn’t have the power to do very good OCR on small text that isn’t crisp. But I did get a little better results by making the receipt text a little larger. I took three 5 foot high filing cabinets and used it to copy all of the documents, and moved them into folders (albums) in my Photos folder, and it’s all backed up on the iCloud for a couple bucks per month, with an additional backup on a 512G USB memory stick. Then I tossed the filing cabinet in the trash :) If I ever need to alter one, this app allows moving it back and doing an OCR. I spent 20 years designing databases, so I am also creating a database app that is 100 times better than the iPhone Photos app, with the ability to use multiple folder levels and naming and searching capability for the picture documents. So I will be moving all of the documents to the database when I am done. The bottom line is that I love this ScannerPro app.
  • Best camera app ever!

    by Kevinobie1
    I was hesitant to buy a camera app since there are several really great free ones, but this one is so worth the small amount of money! Love this app so much! Professional features, in-app editing of photos and videos (yes, videos!) with filters or manual editing, RAW and other formats, zooming for both photos and videos (yes, video zoom!), real time sound meter for videoing, overexposure indicator, online user manual that explains things easily even for beginners, so many things, so much more! I’d put this app up against any other camera app! Until iPhones come out with movable a aperture, this app is the next best thing and makes the absolute most of what the iPhone can do. I get compliments all the time about my photos, and when people borrow my phone to take a photo for me, they immediately comment on how much better it is than their own app. You can tell such a difference! Again, it’s totally worth getting this app! I can’t say enough good things about it!
  • Best photo/vid editing app available

    by jerzeej0ker
    I've tried tons of apps since my first iPhone in 2012. This is by far the best. Love the iPad version and love this version. Worth the $. The best way to learn its power is to spend time playing with the app...especially on a weekend when the weather forces you to entertain yourself with indoor activities. You’ll become hooked like I did. To the developers: outstanding job with creating AND maintaining this app. The updates never leave me without my fave solo pastime. The ability to choose the front facing camera option AND locking it as a preference would be useful. It’s a minor annoyance to toggle it back every time you change between video and photo for example. Besides that tiny personal preference I have no other criticism. Again, thanks for a great app!
  • Not a fan

    by Fios1715
    The interface is overwhelming and often the tips don't make sense or maybe are wrong? For example it says push the AE-L button but I see no such button on the interface. This happened with most functions and a few "buttons" the app said to push but I didn't see them. After 5 minutes of use I requested a refund. You really have to be into fussing with settings to use this type of app over the standard stock camera. At end of the day the hardware is still the same. This app doesn't make such a difference it's worth the hassle (and likely missing your shot due to it being slower cause your messing with all these settings) over just point and shoot when using a smartphone camera. I gave it 2 stars because folks seem to enjoy it who read all the manuals and tutorials on how to use it. But honestly the popup tips need work and accuracy. how about a starter screen that circles all these "buttons" or have the popup tips highlight these invisible buttons.
  • iOS dock worthy

    by pgp
    ... meaning I have Phone, Maps, Music & this app in my dock; because I want to launch this often and because Apple locks in their app from the lock screen & control center. This is by far the easiest app to use that also offers 10x the control of the stock camera app. It’s easy to use and every couple weeks I discover something new. There are a 1000’s off camera apps and I still have about 6 on my phone (some are single purpose some are just interesting... like Darkr). ProCam is still my favorite and no offense to Apple but if their app is open it’s either because I was rushed or made a mistake. (I think Apple is probably ok with the “mistake” label, otherwise they’d let me set a default app.)
  • Overhyped App, Better Options Out There

    by Sooner Born
    I really wanted to like this app, especially for the asking price. I just couldn't get into it. The layout is awful, slow, and sticky. Some of the settings will change on me after I've dialed them in which is unacceptable for a manual camera app. Recording video with this app is cumbersome and makes getting your video frustrating and slow. It feels like an app from five years ago. Yes it does have some powerful features which is great, but there are other apps out there that offer those same features, other great features, and have a sleek easy to use layout. I'll be switching to another RAW/Manual app for my iPhone photography and recommend others do the same. I thank the Dev for being one of the first to bring these great tools to iPhones, I just wish they could keep up with the times and bring us more as the months and years go on.
  • Soft focus not a problem after all!

    by NRGman
    Thanks to the ProCam team for great customer support. Helped me to understand their product so I can get the most out of it. See below for the story. I’m not sure why but the app doesn’t focus as sharply as the Apple Camera app. I’m sorely disappointed because the app has so many great features. I like the idea of having a camera with me at all times that can do many of the same things as a DSLR. I’ll keep playing with it. Maybe there’s a solution. UPDATE: The out of focus problem seems to be related to shooting in RAW. Pics are much sharper in TIFF and JPEG. Still disappointed because I want to shoot in RAW. UPDATE II: I contacted support and they explained that when shooting in just RAW (instead of RAW + L) I’m going to see a low res version of my image in Photos because Photos doesn’t support the RAW format. It will look great in programs that support RAW. You get a clear preview image in Photos when viewing an image shot with RAW + L because Photos is reading the JPEG copy and not the RAW image. Nice to know. I can now shoot with confidence. I can’t wait to really dig into it’s capabilities.
  • Amazing Quality

    by Chris in westchester
    There are too many features to go through each in detail here. Many of them you may find useful and some maybe not. But either way it’s covered. If you take the time out to teach yourself the functions you won’t want to take another picture with Apple camera app. Shooting in RAW or any of the provided file extension types opens up a world to the user that wasn’t possible with camera phone photography before. Dark or bright light shots can be handled effortlessly once you get used to the layout of the adjustments within the app. This app allows you the means to increase the quality of your art with ease.
  • Camera RAW missing, freezing phone, roundabout customer service

    by Ch3311
    I purchased ProCam6 for my iPhone 6plus to shoot RAW photos but there is no option at all to do so on the ProCam6 version. It froze up my phone twice and I was on Apple Support to figure out if it was my phone or the app. It's the app. The tech support hasn't been helpful. I contacted the developer, who sent me to the apple support page to report a problem, which sent me back to the developer. This runaround is not cool. I don't recommend this app for older models, even though it's listed as compatible. —EDIT— in response to the developer. It was not indicated under the description that this version of the app requires 12mp hardware. In fact, the description still describes ProCam5 and that this app is compatible with iPhone and iPads running iOS 10 or above. This review stays. I would like a refund and have contacted the developer through your website.

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