Old, original post: I'm wondering what others have found to be the best camera app for the Incredible. I did a few searches in other areas of this forum and seems like overall consensus is Camera Zoom FX. The only issue I've read about it is that it has the possibility of not using certain cameras to their full potential (perhaps will be or already fixed in an update?) because the app was originally created with Android phones with inferior cameras (to the Incred/Nexus One, etc). What are your experiences? Any other app recommendations? Stick to just the stock camera app? Thanks in advance. Update June 2nd: As far as camera apps go, I kind of answered my own question through testing and some tidbits from members here. I'm still open to any other findings though. Here is the update with some test photos for those who don't want to scroll down and read everything else: As far as some quick test photos I've done.... here are some examples. Unfortunately they're all down-sized to 72DPI due to me uploading on Facebook, but the original resolution of the photos still shine through. Raw camera shots: Flamebroiler, where I go for many of my lunch breaks. A night time shot of my friend with the default cam My GF being Iron Man Terrible Chuck toy before his Ice Man days... Now here are comparisons and what I was talking about Vignette's filters vs some of the lower res ones. Here is a Vignette photo of my friend using a Porta filter. I like Vignette because the filters are not overly done and kitsch Here is one of my friend using FX Camera - just in general, you can notice much lower resolution.. even on the border of the effects. It's not just the filter, pretty much every photo came out kind of like this... which is fine for just phone viewing, but not so much on the computer: Even at pitch black, using just the flash to take a pic of my GF, Vignette came out less pixelated (though there's still noticeable noise due to lack of light). I wish I had exact photos to make comparisons, but I tested all these shots casually every chance I got: FXCamera however, does have these fun filters.. unfortunately, even with this pic of another friend, you can see the pixelization: Camera Zoom FX had more of the filters that FX Camera has, but with higher resolution. However as mentioned before, I prefer the more subtle filters of Vignette, as well as the UI, navigation and within just 2 hours of testing... for whatever reason Camera Zoom FX crashed on me a few times. Summary: I found that I myself took the best photos using the default camera, autofocus off, and turning the sharpness down because digital cameras tend to exaggerate small details+blemishes (especially at 8mp). I use Vignette if I feel like dressing up some photos I've taken (casually, quickly, and without the troubles of going into Photoshop) or just wanna take some quick snaps of imagery/people. Feel free to read further down into the thread for more details of findings within the time I've tested random settings/apps. My opinions on each changed over the course of playing around with my phone and will possibly change when I find out more things or new apps get released (perhaps one day Photoshop Mobile might actually be a worthy contender).