Thanks to a new sensor and processor, the J5 is a very competitive mirrorless camera that's priced just right.
Here's a guide to the best photo editing software and apps available for amateur photographers, enthusiasts and professionals.
Downloads for Cameras
Camera Plus - free
Camera Plus is a paid photo and video app that brings iPhone cameras with zoom function, cool effects and a quick share option to various social network sites.4.5available for : iphone os
Manual Camera - free
Manually control the camera of your phone with Manual Camera for Android.4.5available for : android
Vintage Camera - free
Vintage Camera is a free camera application that turns photos captured on iPhone into retro inspired pictures.4.5available for : iphone os
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PicsArt delivers Photoshop-like creativity and versatility with attractive filters, excellent image-editing tools, and fun options like stickers and artistic text.
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