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Reeflex Pro Camera

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Reeflex Pro Camera

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Reeflex GmbH
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User Reviews for Reeflex Pro Camera

Godsend Photography App

My old Canon 40D is really on its last leg and I’ve since started using my iPhone for a ton of my pictures these days, however, long exposures are not it’s strong suit. That was until I found THIS app specifically. Being able to stretch the time out into multiples of minutes is truly wonderful and done with ease in this. I cannot wait to pair it with the Reeflex lenses once I can get my hands on some. THANK YOU. If you want to really unlock your iPhones photography possibilities. This is the app for you.

anak0nda, Jul 26, 2022
Good Camera App, Awesome Company

After using this app and enjoying it, I wanted to upgrade my photo taking abilities and purchase some of the company’s lenses. I ordered a case and the Pro Series Photo Bundle. There was a mix up with my order and I ended up receiving the Fish Eye lens. I emailed customer support and had the problem resolved within one day. Josh in customer support told me to keep the lens I received and he was sending me my original order. Reeflex makes a wonderful camera app and they have awesome customer service. That is a company I like to support.

fencepost200, Jul 22, 2022
Nice fit at a good price

TL;DR: Not as pretty as ProCamera and not as simple yet flexible as Halide, but a darn good fit right between the two. The low purchase price is a one-off and makes ReeFlex an incredible value.I’ve been using ProCamera since 2014, and Halide for almost a year. I was always intimidated by ProCamera’s multitude of settings and never felt like I was getting the most out of the app. I often reverted to the native iOS Camera app just for ease of use. Then I found Halide as part of a re-kindling of my photographic ambitions, and a new iPhone that could take advantage of it. Halide at first seemed like a perfect solution for me, until it wasn’t. Meanwhile, ProCamera revamped its UI, the settings seemed less daunting, and I started using it a lot more. Then, through a series of happy accidents, I found ReeFlex (and ReeXpose).ReeFlex is simple and flexible, and has an intuitive and pleasing UI. The image quality for RAW and ProRAW is on a par with ProCamera, and, I think, just a touch better than Halide. Plus, there is no subscription to commit to, no in-app purchases to make, and a really reasonable purchase price. I figure ReeFlex makes their money off of their lenses (which I don’t need at this time), so they can offer their app at a significant discount. I don’t really fuss about that because the app is so useful and effective.

JeffBDVS, Feb 17, 2023
Solid App…Solid Features

I’ve been using the app for a couple of weeks now and have been pleased so far. There are tweaks needed that the developers plan to implement such as: integration with Darkroom+; adding a camera icon for one tap return to the viewfinder from the camera roll; better camera roll management; and Reeflex Lens selection in the viewfinder for metadata. Overall a solid app. I’m looking forward to the future updates.

Lindsay.C.Martin, Feb 16, 2022
Good camera app

I like this camera app. I’ve been using it for over a month. There a lot of features to play with. It has the capability of shooting like a DSLR. The focus peaking, zebra stripes and histogram are helpful when capturing images. However, I do find that images that I thought were in focus, sometimes aren’t, even when using the focus peaking feature. I also find that the images sometimes are either too dark or blown out even though they look fine on the screen. Also, sometimes the images aren’t as crisp as the native camera app either. They tend to have a softer appearance. It doesn’t seem to take macro photos like the native camera app. You could, if you had an external lens kit. I’m going to continue to use this app to see if I can get it to work better for me. I would love for this to be my go to app for photography. I think there’s potential for this app to keep improving and adding options, like video taking and an external shutter button support. I was assured the external shutter button support was coming when I reached out to the reeflex team.

Mhutchi, May 15, 2022
Needs GPS metadata [Edit: Added in an update]

This is a necessary manual camera app for iPhone users. It allows the user to explicitly choose a lens while the built-in camera app does not. It would be better if the app optionally uses GPS and save it in metadata. Thanks.[Edit: The ability to add location has been added in an update.]

Nathan Whoa, Aug 20, 2021
Waste of $4 - UPDATED

Tried the app again after the latest update, but it’s still not saving photos. Not going to waste anymore time on it.___I’m updating my review to give the developers the benefit of the doubt. They reached out to me, I sent them a video of what’s happening, and they offered me a refund. I appreciate the developer’s response. Since it’s a fairly new app, I’m going to stick with it to see if updates fix it. —- None of the shots I’ve taken have saved. Access to all photos is allowed, but nothing saved. Switching lenses is molasses slow. The marketing was well done, but not the app engineering.

otterman, Feb 05, 2022
Enjoyable to use, aside from some lag and crashing

I like it a lot, overall. The UI is nicer than Halide. This is the most I’ve ever used a 3rd party camera app. I try to make it my go to camera app. The photos it takes don’t look quite so over processed like modern smartphones are doing. Hopefully future updates will address the crashing upon loading and random crashes, and lag when switching between camera modules. Functionality could be improved by making the picture review button load the last picture you took instead of the camera roll. As it is now, clicking the picture review button opens your camera roll so I can open any picture. Then going back one step goes back to the camera roll. I’d rather it function like the native camera app so I can immediately see the last shot taken and then immediately go back to the camera app. I dislike that it’s always a two step process each way to review the last shot and then go back to the camera.

podcast_commuter, Aug 13, 2022
Got it. It’s ok! Missing basics features

A worthy contender, albeit missing some basic requirement such as on iPad, where orientation is wrong. For instance In landscape mode , getting portrait display. Also not using the full iPad screen estate. On iphone13pro can’t seem to use remote Bluetooth shutter, although on other Canera Apps the Bluetooth remote shutter works fine. I hope these can be fixed soon.Also it will be nice to be able to move the histogram when you need it on, but in the way of the shot. This is not a deal breaker as you can also toggle it off.

Redhat_man, Mar 16, 2022
Just use the native app on iPad…

Bottom line, the native iPad Camera app pretty much does what it needs to do, so it seems senseless to mule ones way through an app that doesn’t really add much usable or valuable functionality, yes a few bells and whistles but they don’t add benefit to the native ability of the physical lens built into the devices being used. And besides, simple adjustments like landscape mode? Can’t find it and this is one adjustment that should be easily found as so many picture takers would use landscape mode. I’d be stuck taking pics in portrait mode? I tried to compare picture quality output of this app to the native app and, yup surprisingly, no difference in resolution, or overall picture quality, this assuming exposure and focus are correct in the app(s) being used.

RonDycks, Feb 03, 2022


Reeflex is the best photography app on the App Store designed for enthusiasts, creatives, and professional photographers! The app provides pro-level DSLR features directly on your iPhone while being extremely intuitive and easy to use. — Professional Tools for Everyone — Reeflex offers two main capture modes - the main one for classic still photography and the Slow Shutter modes for long exposure photography - together with a rich set of professional tools for full manual control over focus, exposure, and white balance. The live histograms combined with the zebra stripes allow you to precisely monitor your exposure.

The focus peaking is a powerful guide for adjusting the focus on your subject. By a simple two-finger tap on the viewfinder, Reeflex also allows you to independently adjust focus and exposure, moving two reticles across the scene. Reeflex allows shooting in HEIF, JPG, TIFF, or RAW on all iPhone models. You can also shoot in the Apple ProRAW* format and 48MP*** on compatible devices. — Slow Shutter Mode — Reeflex offers the best long exposure tools on the App Store. Enjoy the flexibility of manual controls and watch the picture forming on the screen. Select either Motion Blur or Light Trails modes to make people disappear, give moving water & cloudy skies a smooth silky appearance, or transform busy roads and starry skies into stunning rivers of light. Long Exposure on iPhone has never been easier! — Honorable Mentions — Right after its launch, Reeflex was listed as “Must Have APPS - You Never Heard About” by the highly popular iReviews YouTube channel. Reeflex is a top-tier camera app vastly acclaimed among the photography communities, being praised by some as the "best manual camera app" in the App Store. Our apps have been featured across many YouTube channels and major photography magazines (like Mobiography.net, PetaPixel.com, Fstoppers.com etc). — MAIN FEATURES — • Still photography mode with full manual controls (ISO, shutter speed, focus, and white balance) • Automated Focus and Exposure reticles (AF/AE) • Luma and RGB zebra stripes • Live luma and RGB histograms • Advanced focus peaking • Support for multiple cameras • JPEG, HEIF, or TIFF as processed formats • Apple’s ProRAW* and RAW** support • Wide Angle camera 48MP support*** • GPS location in photos’ metadata • Gyroscopic tiltmeter • Extended digital zoom up to 10x • Integrated camera roll • Color-blind users' support: customization of focus-peaking colors • Tutorials, tips, and detailed explanations are available in the settings section — SLOW SHUTTER MODES — • Motion blur mode: blur movement, from silky waterfalls to dreamy cloudy skies • Light trails mode: transform busy roads and starry skies into stunning rivers of light • Wide range of long-exposure capture durations, from 0.5 seconds up to 2 hours • Bulb mode - select a custom long-exposure capture duration • Live Preview - allows you to monitor the long-exposure capture — REMARKS — *ProRAW is only supported on iPhone 12 Pro & Pro Max, iPhone 13 Pro & Pro Max, iPhone 14 Pro & Pro Max. On other iPhone devices, when the RAW format is selected, photos will be saved in the standard Bayer RAW format. Note: RAW format requires an iPhone 6s or later. **On devices older than iPhone 12, hence from iPhone 11 and prior, the RAW format is not supported on the Ultrawide camera ***48MP is only supported on the main Wide Angle camera on the latest iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max. Note: RAW format does only support 12MP. — CONNECT — • If you require support or have any feedback on new features or improvements, please write to us at: [email protected] • Follow us @ReeflexCamera and tag #ShotWithReeflex • Learn tips & tricks: reeflexstore.com/pages/app-tutorial — ADMIN — Terms of Use (EULA): https://www.apple.com/legal/internet-services/itunes/dev/stdeula/ Privacy Policy: https://reeflexstore.com/pages/privacy-policy FAQ: https://reeflexstore.com/pages/faq-reeflex-pro-camera

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