a fully featured and completely free Camera app for Android devices.
More about Open Camera
Open Camera is an open-source camera app for android phones. This camera app contains advanced options presented in the simplest of ways that even a normal person can handle easily. You can easily adjust scene modes, color effects, white balance, ISO, exposure compensation/lock, or a selfie with screen flash.
Open Camera also includes a timer, support for some external microphones, HDR, exposure bracketing. A camera app with all these features is a great option for pro photographers. And if you can get the hang of all the complicated stuff then chances are that you can produce some great photos.
Download Open Camera APK file
This Open Source camera app is completely free to use and download. It does not require you to make any in-app purchases and does not display any pesky ads. To download the app just click on the download button above to start the download. Install the APK file once in downloads.
When we first tried the app we straight away felt the difference via the available options to change a camera setting. All the options are packed neatly at the top toolbar with video, Photo, and gallery options at the bottom. When shooting a photo you can apply a timestamp and date to it for the proper mark.
Easily add location coordinates in Open Camera, with custom text to photos or store date/time and location as video subtitles. Its Noise reduction settings include adjusting to low light night mode and Dynamic range optimization modes for better quality photos. Similar to One Plus Camera.
When shooting a video you can change the video quality. Increasing the resolution up to 1920×1080 Full HD for the Highest quality video or downgrade the quality to 176×144 QCIF to save space and record videos. Open Camera is a fun opensource app and you can read more about it at FAQs.
Technical file information
- Package name:
- 1.51.1 (87)
- File size:
- 3.7 MB
- January 3, 2023
- Minimum Android version:
- Android 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich, API 15)
- Screen DPI:
Older Versions of Open Camera:
What's new in this version of Open Camera?
- New options under "Photo settings" to remove device EXIF metadata, and choose HDR tonemapping algorithm. Improvement to HDR algorithm for dark scenes.
- Default to Camera2 API for some devices; default to flash off (will only take effect for new installs or if resetting settings).
- Various fixes for slow focusing for Camera2 API, incorrect thumbnail orientation, focus bracketing, geotagging.
- X-Night mode now adds "_Night" to filename.
- Various other UI improvements and bug fixes.