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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. Read full review
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$2.99

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. Read full review
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$2.99

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. Read full review
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$2.99

Choose how it takes shots

Choose whether you want continuous, burst, or manual shots in the settings. Read full review
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$2.99

Pick the delay time

The app lets you configure the delay time between shots. Read full review
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$2.99

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. Read full review
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$2.99

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