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Download size8 MB
- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- video and still capture
- photos library
- data services
- web browser component
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (2)
Deutsch English (United States)
Refocus allows you to capture the full depth of a moment. Take a picture and change the point of focus at any time later. Warning: Not all phones support manual focusing. Please use the trial version to check if it works on yours! Otherwise you can only use it to view images. Devices known not to work: - Samsung Ativ S - Huawei Ascend W1 Features: - Take refocusable images - Refocus images manually or using tap to focus - Share your favorite views on Facebook, Twitter or via E-Mail or Bluetooth - Upload complete images to SkyDrive - Open RFI-Files you find on the Web or receive via E-Mail - View your images on a Live Tile Trial limitations: The Trial is fully functional but does not allow storing more than 3 images at the same time.
4/18/2014Fantastic... But I wish it supported higher resolution. Its definitely better than Nokia Refocus...
3/17/2014It is wonderful!
1/5/2014Really great one. What it do is capturing movie where each frame has different focus so you can adjust the perfect focus for you picture, the resolution depends of your video resolution and your phone auto focus, also tried on Lumia 521 working good, easy to use simple still great app
11/13/2013Well done, well implemented. Being here before Nokia's own refocus app, I can say this has some Pros over the other. It may depend, but I got a good amount of focus points here vs their app. But there's is free, lol. But yea, good app, still on trial.
11/6/2013Really good. Although trial says only three pictures, but after deleting all pictures would not let me take new pictures.
10/22/2013Magic to those you show it to and for users one of the best ways to override the closest macro focus limitations.
9/21/2013It's cool it gives me more control of the images I create ! 📷
9/7/2013Genius app! It's almost like having a Lytro infinite depth field camera. Incredibly powerful with Nokia's optics, absolute necessity.
8/17/2013Best lens app I've used. Worth the purchase.