Take a burst of photos

Once you choose burst mode from the settings, the Fast Camera app will only take shots while you hold down the button in the lower right.
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Select the best shots

When you're done shooting, Fast Camera organizes your photos in a folder where you can select the best shots of the group.
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The features are in the settings

There's not much to Fast Camera's interface, but in the settings there are all sorts of options to experiment with.
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Choose how it takes shots

Choose whether you want continuous, burst, or manual shots in the settings.
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Pick the delay time

The app lets you configure the delay time between shots.
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Stop-motion video

If you purchase the stop-motion video options, you can choose to export your photo batch to video, which is then saved as video in your iPhone library.
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