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Microsoft Research planning to release new intelligent camera app called Pix for iOS

17 July 2016 0

New leak reveals that Microsoft Research is on the way to release a new intelligent camera app for iOS, called Microsoft Pix. The app is appeared to be the combination of Blink and the Lumia Selfie app which was available for Windows Phone and later released to iOS as the name Microsoft Selfie. It helps you to choose the best enhancement settings to make sure you get the most out of your mobile photography.

The app screenshots with an AppStore listing link is leaked by one of the famous leaker named 'Walking Cat' on Twitter. But the link is still not accessible, it redirecting to an iTunes download page, still you can give it a try from this AppStore link and please share your experience in below comment area.

App features:

  • When you press the shutter, the app collects bursts of photos from before and after your tap to help you select the best moment you need whenever you want.
  • It automatically adjusts ISO and exposure as soon as you open the app and focuses on people’s face.
  • Automatic Live Image: When Microsoft Pix detects interesting motion in your shot, it automatically creates a looping video. When a person’s face is involved, Pix automatically stabilizes the video around them. Apple also has the similar feature called Live Image, but it records a short video before every shot even when it is not necessary.
  • After intelligently selecting a Best shot from the moment, Pix also enhances the image automatically by prioritizing people’s face if involved.



Microsoft Research planning to release new intelligent camera app called Pix for iOS
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