CyanogenMod is known for bringing the best out in phones even when their original manufacturers have given up on them. The ever busy and hardworking team behind these awesome aftermarket firmwares for Android phones has come up with another feature for devices with CyanogenMod 10.1 build out there. The CyanogenMod 10.1 now supports the ability to shoot High Dynamic Range photos.
The camera app shoots three with minimum exposure, maximum exposure and normal exposure and then stiches them into a single image. The camera app should not have any add ons or the new feature won’t work.
Of course you’ll need to stay as still as you can until all the three images have been captured and if your device sports a low quality camera don’t expect any miracles. But for users with devices having zero shutter lag and decent optics, you might just get to flaunt that new image on Instagram.