From Whimsical Productions:
Cortex Camera Takes Great Low Light iPhone Photos-LifehackerIn my experience, I found that Cortex Camera greatly reduced noise in low-light conditions. And I was able to get crisp shots without the need for a stand or tripod.-CNETCortex Camera improves on your devices already excellent camera to achieve quality that rivals a DSLR. It combines dozens of individual photos to create a single high resolution, noise free image. The whole process takes just a few seconds and produces an end result that you wont believe came from your mobile phone camera.PLEASE NOTE that for best results the camera must be held steady and your subject must be still for the duration of the exposure, which takes 2-10 seconds depending on which device youre using.- Advanced image processing techniques combine information from multiple frames to remove noise and increase resolution.- Motion compensation enables hand-held long exposure photography.- The enhance shadows option brightens dark areas of your photos without making them look unnatural or processed.- Includes support for front camera, shutter timer, and grid overlay.- Most of all, image quality! The list of features isn't long but the majority of development time has been spent on making image quality unreasonably good for a mobile device.Image resolution depends on which device youre using:iPhone 6s, 6s plus: 27 megapixelsiPhone 5s, 6, 6 plus: 18 megapixelsiPhone 5: 12.5 megapixelsiPhone 4s, iPad 3, and iPod touch 5G: 8 megapixelsiPad 2: 2 megapixelsFollow @CortexCamera on twitter for more Cortex Camera goodness!
What's new in this version:
* Introducing a new feature! Enhance shadows brightens dark areas of your photo without making it look unnatural or processed.* Improved image quality for OpenGL ES 3 devices (iPhone 5s and later).* Lots of small improvements and fixes.