ClearCam Takes Sharper 4 MegaPixel iPhone Photos

ClearCam Takes Sharper 4 MegaPixel iPhone Photos

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Occipital has released ClearCam, an application that improves the quality of your iPhone camera.

ClearCam takes 6 photos in 2.5 seconds, fuses them together using an algorithm called super resolution, and creates a sharper, 4 megapixel photo with less noise. There is also a QuickShot mode that takes 4 photos in under 2 seconds and saves the sharpest to the camera roll.

The capture and enhance steps have been separated so you can keep snapping photos and enhance them later. It typically takes 30-40 seconds for a good enhancement.

We spent a lot of time optimizing our code to make it run fast enough on the iPhone. A lot of our effort went into being able to align photos precisely with sub-pixel accuracy (required for super resolution), and to also do it fast.

You can install ClearCam from the BigBoss Cydia Repository.

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ClearCam Takes Sharper 4 MegaPixel iPhone Photos

ClearCam Takes Sharper 4 MegaPixel iPhone Photos
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Neurocat
Neurocat - February 9, 2009 at 11:00am
Not ready for release. It's been yanked from the BigBoss Repository. No word on when or if it will be available again. Avoid.
confucious
confucious - February 9, 2009 at 12:09pm
Just had a look and it's still there - why do you say avoid?
Alan
Alan - February 3, 2009 at 5:43pm
just bought snapture... no!!!!!!! tried clearcam and it looks like CC is better than snapture
Confucious
Confucious - February 3, 2009 at 4:11pm
I would try but just get a size mismatch on iPhone 3G FW 2.2
Pete
Pete - February 3, 2009 at 4:32pm
Same here on iPhone 1G ver 2.2
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