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Camera API on Galaxy Camera

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Started by Newbie mail , 0 Seed Jan 16, 2013 10:16 Posts : 5 View : 7074 Likes : 0
Hi,

I'd like to develop my own camera app on the Galaxy Camera, and I am wondering how to set parameters such as ISO and Aperture. The official app on the camera supports this, but the standard Android camera API does not.
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Newbie k.bobinski , 300 Seed Jan 16, 2013 14:48 Post #1 0
Hi,

Galaxy Camera SDK is not yet publicly released.
Please be patient.

Regards,
Krzysztof Bobinski
Samsung Developers
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Newbie mail , 0 Seed Jan 16, 2013 16:54 Post #2 0
Any idea on an approximate ETA?
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Newbie k.bobinski , 300 Seed Jan 17, 2013 11:16 Post #3 0
Hi,

Unfortunately, currently we don't have such information.

Regards,
Krzysztof Bobinski
Samsung Developers
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Newbie isay.r , 560 Seed Feb 05, 2013 04:33 Post #4 0
Hi,
my company is whery interested in development of such type of applications.
Is there a way to use some API/SDK in some beta mode in soon time?

Will it be possible to provide integration with default camera application?
I.e. we want to write custom smart modes and filters, i think it could be very interesting.
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Newbie public , 210 Seed Jun 19, 2014 13:14 Post #5 0
Is there any news on the availability of the Galaxy Camera API for Android?

We are looking for the following:

- Our users must be able to control shutter-time, aperture, ISO and white-balance.
 - Allowing user to set ISO, shutter-time et cetera via the standard Samsung Camera app would be just fine.
 - Set white balance from our app via the Android Camera Class (as white balance can not be configured via Samsung Camera app)

Thanks,

Ivo



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