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Author Topic: Moto X Camera UI Shows Swipe Driven Settings Carousel And Slow Motion Mode  (Read 1464 times)

Offline Babyfacemagee

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A new leak of the user interface for the camera in the Moto X shows a swipe driven interface with a hidden carousel that let's you choose setting from a hidden wheel.  There's even some surprising new modes such as tap-to-hold burst mode and slow motion mode. You'll also see gesture commands such as the one we saw in the Rogers promo video where you can shake the Moto X twice in order to enter camera mode.  This is called 'quick capture' feature.  There's some other neat features as well such as zooming by simply running your finger up and down the screen and the ability to activate the 'quick capture' feature even when the phone is locked.  (although you'll have to enter your pin to access the actual phone or your data).  Pretty cool we say.  Still no word on the imaging chip used in the Moto X and if it has that 'Clear Pixel' tech we've heard rumors about. 


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Offline JayJ

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Mmm... I'm kinda attached to the Google Nexus camera of my Nexus 4 and if I do get a Moto X I'm definitely going to muss Photosphere...

Dies look a nice interface though.

EDIT: Oh I have the 4.3 Gallery/Camera apk so it should work on the X shouldn't it...

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Looks stoked.
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