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BlackBerry 10 camera app gets 'timeline lens,' bad photographers get a do-over

Thorsten Heins is on stage at BlackBerry World 2012 and has just unveiled the new BB10 camera app. It's designed to capture "magic moments," that mean if you've missed the perfect picture by a few seconds, you can cycle back through the camera's cache with a "timeline" lens and select the right one. Developing... BlackBerry 10 camera app gets 'timeline lens,' bad photographers get a do-over originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 01 May 2012 09:51:00 EDT.
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