Windows 10 Mobile has grabbed a major update via the Technical Preview program yesterday and has been upped to build 10512. As much as you enjoy the new update which squashes almost as many bugs as possible from the previous versions, today its the native Windows Camera’s turn to recieve an update.
As a Windows Insider who uses Windows 10 Mobile, you should be knowing by now that the Camera app in the Windows 10 Mobile does not have the “lenses” feature which is exisiting in Windows Phone 8.1. For those of you unaware, lenses feature allows users to use different lenses. This does not literally mean changing lens of your device but this actually means changing the oftware with which the camera is capturing something, meaning your could select a different app as the need may arise. For example, if you want to scan a bar code or a QR code, you can select Bing vision as your lens and then go forward with whatever QR code it is that you wanted to scan.The other lens that can be commonly visible in the list of lenses are the Lumia Selfie, Office Lens, Microsoft Blink, twitter and the like.
The Windows Camera app of Windows 10 Mobile has now grabbed a new update and added this feature. When you open the camera app, tap on the more button (three dots) to th bottom right of your screen and you would lenses as the topmost option for you to select. Then you can select the lens of your choice.
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