ProShot app for Windows 10 teased in new video

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ProShot, a popular premium Windows Phone camera has been teasing the upcoming release of a Windows 10 Version over the last few months. Today, the developers finally announced that the new app is nearly completed and that a lot of work has been done to rebuild the app from scratch for the new operating system.

While certain legacy features such as filters are no longer supported, ProShot for Windows 10 is announced to be “better, faster, and more efficient than ever before.” Furthermore, the developers brought several new features such as video support with advanced settings for power users, while the “Light Painting” feature promises to enable “a fun new way to paint with light and see your results magically develop in real-time.”

You can have a video overview of the new app below the full list of features:

  • Auto, Program, Manual, and two fully configurable Custom modes
  • Full manual control over exposure, ISO, shutter speed and white balance
  • Normal, Bracket, Timelapse, and Video modes all with full manual controls, even during video recording
  • Light Painting (bulb) mode with Live Preview, and two submodes (Light Trail, Light Add)
  • Up to 4K Video
  • Live audio levels during video capture
  • Customizable video size, FPS and bitrate
  • Exposure bracketing
  • ISO priority and Shutter priority modes using the Auto ISO / Auto shutter settings
  • Manual focus assist
  • Full resolution image capture
  • Quick access to 16:9, 4:3, and 1:1 shooting modes
  • Front-facing camera with full manual controls, support for video
  • Zoom with just one finger
  • Real-time ISO and shutter info
  • Battery meter
  • Grid overlay
  • Horizon Level
  • Quick access to OIS, GPS and UI sounds
  • Quick reset button
  • Runs on *any* Windows 10 device with a camera, including phone, tablet, laptop, PC, and Windows 10 potato (launch TBA)

While the developers did not share a release date today, they promised that Proshot for Windows 10 will be delivered “as quickly as we can.” Furthermore, they added that they will consider bringing back legacy features if there’s enough demand from users. If you’re the owner of a Lumia 950 or 950XL, let us know in the comments if you’re looking forward to taking great shots with ProShot for Windows 10.