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Facebook’s new Camera features might breathe new life into Stories

Along with the many other changes Facebook is rolling out today, it’s also updating its Camera application on iOS and Android — one can only presume in an attempt to draw more attention to it, along with its not-terribly-loved Stories feature. You’ll be able to go Live from the Camera, with the option for your Live broadcast to appear in your Story. You can use Camera effects (the ones that totally aren’t Snapchat filters) in the Live broadcast.
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