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Familiarity

ProCamera 7's camera user interface is familiar enough for anyone who has taken a photo in the default Camera app to begin using the app immediately after installing.
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Features!

Tapping on the Menu button reveals different features and settings for snapping a photo. Notice how the viewfinder blacked out when I opened the menu on this occasion? This is one of many odd bugs I experienced when testing the app.
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Editing

You do have control over filters and various photo editing tools, but the tools aren't intuitive and often left me wanting more.
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Buggy

This is one example of the screen freaking out on me. Here I simply tapped on the auto-exposure ring and this was the result.
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Lightroom is a must

Enable Lightroom in the app's settings by tapping on More, followed by Lightroom. This forces the app to save your photos within the app, preventing your camera roll from being overrun by photos (especially if you use the rapid-fire feature of ProCamera 7).
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The complete guide

The guide included in the Settings section of ProCamera 7 is the most thorough guide I've seen within an app. It's well-done and can be a huge help to those less familiar with common icons and settings. Use it.
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Not a filter

While this looks like a pretty sweet shot and filter effect, it's not. This occurred after tapping on the shutter button with rapid fire enabled. A reboot of my iPhone 5S was required to get the app to work properly again.
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Settings

The settings screen includes many useful options. Here you can adjust various levels and options quickly and easily.
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Filters

A Facebook Like for some free filters? Sure, I'm in.
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