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App that allows for rapid fire photos?


  1. makisupa79

    makisupa79 Well-Known Member

    Is there an app that allows for constant photos over a set time? I'm going to a concert tomorrow night, would love to find an app that would let me just hold the phone up and it would take rapid fire shots on its own while I dance like a fool and not have to take each shot, verify if I want to keep it or not, and then take the next pic. I can look at the pictures the next day and delete the 9 bad ones for every 1 good one on my own. (not knocking the camera, just saying, if I am dancing, in strobe lights, I realize the ratio of keeper to deleted photos won't be good)

    I am rooted if that matters. TIA and Happy New Years!

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  2. SteveJones

    SteveJones Well-Known Member

    I have used Camera ZOOM FX in the past for this purpose.

    Works well.
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  3. Free 'Lapse It | Time lapse', in the market, purports to do it. But I couldn't get it to work properly so I uninstalled it again. YMMV.

    If you want it to take pictures of who is nosing around on your Mac, I recommend SneakyBastard.
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