Vignette or Camera 360 Pro?Support


What Camera App for Droid X?

  1. Vignette

    18 vote(s)
    72.0%
  2. Camera 360 PRO

    5 vote(s)
    20.0%
  3. Other (Please explain in post)

    2 vote(s)
    8.0%

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  1. Willyg44

    Willyg44 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hope this hasn't been discussed specifically for the Droid X. I was wondering what everyone thinks would be the best camera app for the Droid X's camera? I'd like to get more out of my camera, and have heard that if you want to, you should download either one of these apps. Even though they are only a few bucks each, I like to research my purchases beforehand! So can anyone lend me advice on which app to choose or which is better for what? Thanks a lot!

    Also, if anyone has pics they have taken with either app, that would be highly appreciated to compare!!
     

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  2. TMack

    TMack Well-Known Member

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    Can't compare to Camera 360, since I haven't used that app, but Vignette is really excellent. It's what the stock camera should have been. Much more control, much easier to take quality pix.
     
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    Lightninrod Well-Known Member

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    Ditto!

    Sorry. no pics to show though. Wait until my wife and I get back from Banner Elk, NC in a few weeks.
     
  4. dmiller2007

    dmiller2007 Well-Known Member

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    Vignette is definetly a better camera app. The number of settings and filters are incredible. I only used the demo version because my card isn't authorized to purchase internationally but the quality if the pics even on the demo far surpassed the stock camera app. But like I said I'm stuck with camera 360, but its not a bad choice either.
     
  5. Westcoast

    Westcoast Active Member

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    I bought the vingette app, definitely a great buy... Never tried camera pro360 but really happy with the vingette app. If your looking to get the most out of your camera and want better quality pictures, you wont be dissapointed
     
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    deadinside Well-Known Member

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    darreno1 Well-Known Member

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    I don't care for fancy effects in my pics (and I'd use Photoshop if I wanted to do that) but I use both apps and prefer Camera 360 Pro mainly because the pics (for me) are sharper. The only issue I have with 360 is night focusing - it does seem to have issues with it. This is where Vignette comes in. I use it for night shots and 360 (until I figure out a better setting or they update it) for daylight pics.
     
  8. Jayziac

    Jayziac Well-Known Member

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    It comes down to the number of filters (which can be done on a PC with something like Photoshop too), and the interface. Vignette has a slight edge in my mind. It is more intuitive & the layout slicker. It also seems less bloated 460kb vs 3.69 MB of Camera360. Camera360 leaves a service running in the Android background, Vignette does processing in the background but the service automatically stops when it's done. Also Vignette has nice touches like disabling phone lock when the camera app is open. When I'm taking photos I often turn off the screen and walk around, then take a pic, Camera360 forces me to swipe to unlock, an extra uncessary step. I do like camera360's adjustable stabilization settings though.
     

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