Microsoft has confirmed that its Lumia Camera will be the stock camera app on the upcoming Windows 10.
This means that all Windows Phone 8.1 devices are going to be using the camera suite when the Windows 10 update launches for their phones – and that’s not a bad thing at all.
Lumia Camera brings some very advanced options, especially if your smartphone comes with a capable snapper. The app offers faster shooting than the regular camera app. It allows compatible phones to record 4K video at 24 fps and take 8.3MP snaps of those videos to export as full photos.
Lumia Camera also allows the camera to capture better low-light images. The app will capture an image with the flash on and one with the flash off and then allow you to choose just how much flash you want to have in the photo. Similarly to what the 64-bit iPhones do Lumia Camera will allow devices to snap a burst of images to combine into a single one with improved dynamic range and detail.