NatCam is a native camera API for iOS and Android that gives you full control over the cameras on a device. NatCam is highly optimized for speed while maintaining a low memory footprint. Features include:
- Blazing fast
camera preview on Android and iOS.
. You can view what your phone sees in HD, or even higher resolutions if you wish to. All at a solid framerate.
- Custom resolutions
. NatCam allows you to set the camera's resolution. There are also resolution presets for ease of use.
- Photo capture
. NatCam allows you to capture high-resolution insta-worthy photos. You also have control over lighting with flash mode access.
. Focus on anything you see. It also features focus modes including autofocus, tap to focus, or even off.
. Set custom exposure bias for properly exposing those under- and over-exposed scenes your app will face. It also features exposure modes including auto exposure and locked exposure.
. NatCam supports hardware optical zoom.
. Switch on and off the device's LED torch, even when the camera preview is not running.
- Preview data
. NatCam provides access to the camera preview data for performing software operations.
- OpenCV Support
. NatCam has built-in support for the OpenCVForUnity API. Check out the official examples
- VR support
. NatCam is compatible with GearVR and Google Cardboard. Check out the Cardboard VR example here
Check out the documentation here
Check out the forum here
Check out the written tutorials:
1. Starting Off
4. Preview Data Requirements
- Android: API Level 22
- iOS: iOS 8
Check out some examples on Github
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