Microsoft pushes out minor update to Windows 10 Camera app


Microsoft has pushed out an update to its Windows Camera app on both PC and Mobile, bumping the aforementioned app to version 2016.325.61.0/2016.325.10.0 (up from .11.0/10.0)

While the last update brought the following features to the fast and slow rings;

  • Pause and resume video while you record video to help you stitch together separate moments without the work of editing your videos.
  • Rich HDR (available on the Lumia 950 and 950 XL).
    • If you have a Lumia 950 or 950XL, we’ve made one more small tweak to the Camera app: in the past, you had a choice between “Rich capture off,” and “Rich capture auto,” which automatically detected challenging lighting conditions and turned on HDR features so you can shoot now and fine-tune later to always get the best lighting in every shot.
    • With this update, we’ve changed the name from “Rich capture” to “Rich HDR” to help new users coming from other platforms understand the feature better. And we’ve added a “Rich HDR on” option, to keep this feature on and help you guarantee the best quality shots in the most challenging lighting conditions
  • This new update adds nothing but bug fixes and improvements to the app – at least to our eyes.
  • Download the Windows Camera app from the store link below and tell us what’s new in the comments
Windows Camera
Windows Camera
Developer: Microsoft Corporation
Price: Free

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