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Fine-tuning your shot

You can pick your lens and the type of film you want to use, as well as make lighting adjustments, all before taking your picture. Read editors' take
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Choose your film

KitCam comes with several film types to give your image different effect qualities. Read editors' take
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Make changes afterwards

Even though you can get live previews of everything in the app, you also have the option to pick lenses and films, and make other editing tweaks after you take the shot. Read editors' take
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Share your shots

KitCam has a number of sharing options for social networking sites, access-anywhere services (like Dropbox), and even FTP uploading. Read editors' take
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Tons of tools

Hit the gear icon to pick shot types, set your aspect ratio, turn on the stabilizer, and add onscreen tools to make your photo perfect. Read editors' take
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