ProCamera Up premium feature bundle - extend the app functionality with additional features

ProCamera Up is an optional upgrade that unlocks exclusive features that help you take your photography and videography to the next level.

How to unlock ProCamera Up and get your 7-day free trial

The ProCamera Up premium feature bundle is available through a subscription (monthly or yearly) or as a one-time purchase. If you opt for the monthly or yearly subscription, you'll receive a 7-day free trial to test all the premium ProCamera Up features. You can cancel at any time during the trial.


Features included to the ProCamera Up membership:

Auto Perspective Correct (APC)

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This feature corrects perspective distortion during shooting, enabling you to capture perfectly straight photos. The APC feature is available in camera modes Photo and LowLight and it's also available in the Editing studio.

Where to find and how to enable the Auto Perspective Correct feature
  1. On the ProCamera Capture Screen, open the Control panel.
  2. Swipe left to access the second page of the Control panel.
  3. Tap APC to enable the APC button on the Capture Screen.

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In the Control Panel, enabling the APC feature introduces a round APC button on the Capture Screen. This button toggles the Auto Perspective Correct function. When active, the APC logo is blue; when inactive, it's white.

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Custom camera presets

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Custom camera presets allow you to store your preferred exposure, white balance, and focus settings. You can quickly switch between these settings when shooting photos or videos.

Custom camera presets are available in camera modes Photo, Video, LowLight.

Adding and activating custom presets

To store a preset: Adjust Exposure, White Balance, and Focus as you like. Then, press and hold the corresponding button on the Manual Controls Panel: SI or M for Exposure, WB for White Balance, and MF for Manual Focus. Press the Add preset button to store these settings.

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Activate the preset by pressing and holding the corresponding button on the Manual Controls Panel. Select a preset by tapping it. Choose from the default presets or make your own custom preset.

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(RAW) Exposure bracketing

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The Exposure bracketing mode enables you to capture a bracketed sequence of photos with different exposure levels. Exposure bracketing is available in camera modes Photo and LowLight. In LowLight mode, the Exposure bracketing will always use the lowest possible ISO values and longer exposure times.

Activating Exposure Bracketing
  1. On the ProCamera Capture Screen, open the Control panel.
  2. Tap the ISO & Shutter button (note that the icon for the ISO & Shutter button may vary depending on which mode is currently set).
  3. Select Exposure bracketing (EB).

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To adjust Exposure Brackets, return to the Capture Screen and (1) tap the EB button on the Manual Controls panel. (2) Then, move the outer blue bracket markers on the Exposure Bracketing dial to set the maximum over-/under-exposure for the series of photos.
Under Settings > Exposure Bracketing you will find more options.

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Anamorphic desqueeze

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The Anamorphic desqueeze feature allows you to obtain a wider image with the correct aspect ratio when using a physical anamorphic lens to shoot photos or record videos.

Support for anamorphic lenses is available in camera modes Photo and Video.

Enabling Anamorphic desqueeze
  1. On the ProCamera Capture Screen, open the Control panel.
  2. Swipe left to access the second page of the Control panel.
  3. Tap the Anamorphic desqueeze button and select one of the available Anamorphic desqueeze options (1.33x or 1.55x). 

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Return to the Capture Screen and tap the anamorphic desqueeze button. It toggles the Anamorphic desqueeze on/off. The previously selected Anamorphic desqueeze factor (1.33x or 1.55x) will be used.

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Previewing videos with Anamorphic desqueeze applied

Open a video in single media view in ProCamera. Tap the anamorphic desqueeze button at the bottom right of the preview screen to switch between the normal aspect ratio and the desqueezed video. Once chosen, tap the Play button to view the video with the selected Anamorphic desqueeze factor.

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Previewing and saving photos with Anamorphic desqueeze applied

Open a photo in single media view in ProCamera. Tap the Edit button. Navigate to the ProCut section within the Editing studio. Select the Anamorphic tool. Choose the desired Anamorphic desqueeze factor. Save the changes.

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Private Lightbox

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Private Lightbox allows you to securely store your photos and videos in a hidden folder within the ProCamera app. This folder is safeguarded with FaceID or TouchID authentication. Files stored in the Private Lightbox are not visible in any other app or folder, including the default iPhone's Camera Roll (iOS media library).

Using the Private Lightbox
Selecting Private Lightbox as a storage location 

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Transferring files from any album to the Private Lightbox
  1. In ProCamera, open the album where the file you want to transfer is stored.
  2. Select one or multiple files.
  3. Tap the iOS sharing icon in the bottom left corner. Adjust additional Share Options if needed. 
  4. Tap the Hide button to move the file to the Private Lightbox.

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Accessing the Private Lightbox album
    1. Tap the Album Thumbnail to open the media library.
    2. Select the Private Lightbox. The system will ask you to unlock it using your iPhone's passcode or Face ID or Touch ID (depends on your iPhone model and system preferences). 

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Dual color focus peaking

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The dual color focus peaking option allows for more precise manual focus adjustments, leading to quicker and improved results.

Enabling Dual color focus peaking
    1. Open ProCamera Settings.
    2. Tap Focus option (General Options section).
    3. Make sure the Focus Peaking option is turned on. Enable the Dual Color option (Focus Guide section). 

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Export HDR photo as HDR video clip

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Currently, there is no easy way to import your true HDR photos from your iPhone into video editing software like Adobe Premiere. Even dedicated video editing programs may present your HDR photos too dark and dull, and true ISO-HDR photos simply don’t show up as they still can’t be interpreted.
Our feature enables you to export your HDR photos as 10-bit HDR video clips. It allows you to incorporate your HDR photos into a HDR video project while maintaining the benefits of true HDR photos.

Exporting an HDR image as HDR video clip
  1. In ProCamera, open an HDR image. Tap the Edit button.
  2. In the Editing studio, press and hold the Save button until the additional saving options appear. Tap the Save New Image As ... button.
  3. Select the HDR VIDEO CLIP option.

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San Fran filter pack

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The San Fran filter pack is a collection of photo filters modeled after the vibrant districts of San Francisco.

Using the San Fran filters

Open a photo in ProCamera in single view. Tap the Edit button (1). By default, your image opens in the Filters section. Scroll to the San Fran filter pack (2), select a filter to see a preview, swipe up/down to adjust the intensity of the filter, tap Save.

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Food filter pack

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The Food filter pack is a collection of photo filters designed specifically for food photography.

Using the Food filters

Open a photo in ProCamera in single view. Tap the Edit button (1). By default, your image opens in the Filters section. Scroll to the Food filter pack (2), select a filter to see a preview, swipe up/down to adjust the intensity of the filter, tap Save.

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Unlocking the ProCamera Up premium feature bundle

  1. Tap the Control panel icon.
  2. Tap the Shop button and go to ProCamera Up.
  3. Tap the Unlock Premium Features button.
  4. Choose a price plan and proceed to purchase. The payment will be processed via App Store.

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Managing ProCamera Up in the App Store

You can manage your subscription in the App Store app by going to Account (your user avatar in the top right) > Subscriptions.

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Alternatively, you can manage the subscription on the Apple website: https://apps.apple.com/account/subscriptions 

 

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