Version Reviewed: 1.0
Device Reviewed On: iPhone 5
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Offering iOS photographers the ability to shoot high-quality time-lapse sequences, IguanaLapse is a handy solution but a little on the expensive side for those who won’t use the app fully.
IguanaLapse offers two fundamental tools for the photography arsenal. It works as a separate app in which users can capture time-lapse images or videos, but it also works as a means in which to remotely control a DSLR camera. The remote capabilities require an IguanaMill Shutter Release Dongle, as well as a compatible DSLR camera, so don’t expect it to be an inexpensive solution. It’s the time-lapse capabilities that are more relevant for the majority of potential users.
In that case, IguanaLapse is quite useful. It’s simple to set up the app with plenty of options to lock the focus, exposure, and white balance before snapping away. To use the app at its best, it’s not really the right kind of tool for snapping away, but it is great for lining up a shot. Setting up the time-lapse opens up plenty of choices. The app can take anywhere from 25 shots to 2500 shots, with the amount of time it takes differing accordingly. The interval between shots can also be altered as well as how many stills are taken at a high resolution. IguanaLapse calculates all the sums, producing how long the segment will take as well as how much footage it will create upon finishing.
The problem is that IguanaLapse is quite expensive for those solely using it as a time-lapse app. For those considering it as a great way of enhancing a DSLR camera, it’ll be excellent value for money. However, it feels a trifle expensive for everyone else. Perhaps this is where an in-app purchase solely for Dongle users would have come in handy. As it stands, IguanaLapse is effective but a pricey solution for most users.
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