Just in time for the Galaxy S10 release, Moment updates their Android app to feature manual controls. This is largely welcomed update on the Android side of things. iOS users have enjoyed the feature for a little while and since I have used the app on my iPhone, I know I will appreciate this on my new Galaxy S10+.
Filmmakers – you now get all the manual controls above plus multiple video resolutions and frame rates as well as both NTSC and PAL support
I plan to make more mobile films and photography, especially with a recent purchase of Moment’s Anamorphic lens. The Anamorphic lens is super fun to use and adds a whole new dynamic to mobile footage. Not to mention the fact that a regular anamorphic lens costs quite a bit of money.
Another HUGE benefit of the manual controls for the Galaxy S10 is that for some odd reason Samsung decided to get rid of manual controls. I was a bit confused as for why they would do such a thing because for so many years Samsung has been known to pack all the bells and whistles. Luckily, Moment has the manual controls covered in their app now.
— Jonathan Casey (@JonathanCaseyYT) February 26, 2019
My Galaxy S10 Plus is supposed to arrive at my doorsteps Wednesday, two days prior to release date, and I can’t wait to use the Moment Anamorphic lens!
Check out my iPhone Xs Max setup by clicking here.
Source | Moment