Nokia’s Lumia Windows Phone devices with PureView cameras have had access to a custom app called “Nokia Camera” that adds more granular controls for photographers. It was first introduced on the Lumia 1020 and allows you to change the focus, white balance, shutter speed and more; now the application is available for a wider range of devices.
Nokia said Monday that a beta version of Nokia Camera is now available from Nokia Beta Labs, and it now supports all of Nokia’s Lumia Windows Phone 8 smartphones, even those devices without the advanced PureView camera modules. Nokia promises that the beta version should offer all of the same features as the final release that’s available on PureView handsets, but that the app “might be unstable and you may hit other issues.”
You won’t find the app in the Windows Phone Store until it leaves beta. Instead, you’ll need to log-in to Nokia Beta Labs using the source link below, and then install the application manually (it’s a cinch).