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Moment Pro Camera Users Guide For iPhone Photography For Beginners

Photos By Meta Reviews Moment Pro Camera For iPhone Photography

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Photos By Meta Reviews Moment Pro Camera For iPhone Photography

Moment Pro Camera (v 4.3.13) – Watch a Video

Moment Pro Camera was inspired by SLR cameras, providing the manual controls you need for better exposure, focus, and framing. Select your tools, slide to adjust, and keep shooting. Works with the DJI OM 4 Gimbal and Apple Watch.

Full Manual Control – Exposure, ISO, shutter speed, focus, and white balance.
Shoot in Raw – Shoot photos in RAW format for amazing editing.
Live Histogram – Get your exposure right in camera every time.
Manual Focus – Unmatched control over your images with focus peaking.
RAW Burst Mode – Capture motion, even in RAW.
Slow Shutter – Shoot long exposures for light trails and motion blur.
Timelapse – Manual controls for shooting 4K time-lapses.
Integration – Works with:
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iPhone 13 Pro 12.2 MP Camera System Specifications

Telephoto Camera (Top): 77mm ƒ/2.8 aperture (IS). 3x.
Wide Angle Camera (Bottom): 26mm ƒ/1.5 aperture (Sensor Shift IS). 1x.
Ultra Wide Angle Camera (Right): 13mm ƒ/1.8 aperture (IS, 120°, No Focus). 0.5x

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Moment Pro Camera Photography Settings – Watch a Video


Standard Image Format –> Most Compatible (JPG)

Processed Photo


Quality –> Quality (Uses HDR)


Anamorphic Lens


Apply De-Squeeze to Saved File –> Enable if using an Anamorphic Lens


Focus – Use OSMO T | W Switch for Focus


OSMO Mobile –> OSMO Settings –> Focus


Grids and Level


Options are Golden Ratio (Recommended), Rule of Thirds, and Square. To turn Grids on, go to Settings –> Grid and select the desired Grid option. The Level helps you make sure you’re lining up with the horizon.


Effects


Burst – Burst enables you to capture a lot of photos very quickly in your desired format! Just hold down the shutter button and fire away. On iPhone 13 Pro and an iPhone 13 Pro Max, you can shoot up to 10 photos per second!

Bracketing – Bracketing allows you to take 3 photos rapidly at 3 different exposures. Bracketing requires Post Production Software such as Aurora HDR.

Photo Quality – Set the Quality in the main settings menu, Settings –> Processed Photo Quality. Quality is the highest quality photo and uses all of the latest technology including HDR and Deep Fusion (iPhone 13 Pro) to deliver amazing photos.


Moment Pro Camera For Photography Presets


Use Moment Pro Camera Presets to create your own based using your favorite camera settings and lenses. Access the Moment app quickly using Siri Shortcuts using your Voice, Widgets or the Shortcuts App. Start up the Moment Pro Camera in any Preset of your choose and access the shortcut using Siri, the Shortcuts App or by adding them to your Widgets panel.

To Create a Photo Preset, set up everything in the viewfinder exactly as you want it. Open the Preset Menu by tapping the Preset Button to the right of the shutter. Then hit “Create a New Preset”. Name the Preset and hit Save To use a Preset, open the Preset Menu and tap the Preset you want to use. The Camera is part of the Preset, so if you Switch Cameras, you will need one preset per camera.

Photo Preset:

Photo
Ultra Wide
13mm ƒ/1.8 IS

Photo
Wide
26mm ƒ/1.5 IS

Photo
Telephoto
77mm ƒ/2.8 IS

Capture Mode
Device Lens
Resolution
Shutter Speed
ISO
Focus
White Balance
OSMO Setting
Stabilization
Photo
Ultra Wide
JPEG
1/60th
ISO 50
Auto
Auto
Focus
On
Photo
Wide
JPEG
1/60th
ISO 50
Auto
Auto
Focus
On
Photo
Telephoto
JPEG
1/60th
ISO 50
Auto
Auto
Focus
On

How To Save Moment Pro Camera Photos to your Mac

1. Connect your iPhone via USB to Lightning Cable to your Mac and Launch Image Capture.

2. Select the Files you want to Save to your Computer. Click Save To... and select a directory on your Mac.

3. After File Transfer, you can Delete any Files from your iPhone by Selecting and pressing the Delete Key.

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How To Use The Slow Shutter Mode in Moment Pro Camera – Watch a Video


Capture Mode –> Set to the Slow Shutter Icon for Slow Shutter Mode.

Moment Pro Camera can be placed in Slow Shutter Mode in Capture Mode in the Bottom Controls. This is used to achieve an unique look with this new Capture Mode!

Motion Blurs –> Switch to Motion Blur to capture dreamy movements and effects.

Trail Lights –> Set a Capture Duration, hit the shutter button and start light painting.

Export –> Save as Live Photo, Still Image or Full Video.

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Moment Pro Camera With Apple Watch

If you have an Apple Watch, you can use the Moment Pro Camera Watch App to Remote View and Access the Still Camera, Video Camera, Slow Shutter and Timelapse from your Apple Watch.

The Moment Pro Camera Watch App is designed to automatically connect to the paired iPhone’s version of Moment Pro Camera. The Moment Pro Camera app on the iPhone must be launched manually. Allow 2 to 3 seconds for the pairing process to complete. At this point the Apple Watch App and the Moment Pro Camera on your iPhone are ready to communicate with one another.

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