Nokia Camera gets Living Images support, but there’s a catch



Microsoft has updated their Nokia Camera app to version

The major new feature in the app is support for Living Images, which records a short video clip just before the camera button is clicked.

Unfortunately it appreas that feature will not be coming to all Windows Phones.

According to the app  description, Living Images will only be available for the Lumia 930, 1520 and Icon running the Lumia Cyan software update.

Another feature not coming to most handsets is Continuous autofocus for faster focusing, which is also only coming to Snapdragon 800 handsets.

The update also brings a new camera roll with full resolution zoom and inline playback of videos, cinemagraphs, smart sequences and Refocus images and surround sound in video capture.QRCode

The app now also integrates with Nokia Creative Studio and Nokia Video Trimmer for editing your photos and videos.

The updated app can be found in the Windows Phone Store here.



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