FXSuite: This app lets you choose from various filters to your shots.,http://developer.billboard.com/profile/profile/900115
Flash: New flash controls for the camera will be easily accessible in the viewfinder interface.
Screenshots: User will now be able to snap screenshots and share them via Twitter. That's a big boost for a phone reviewer.
Photosynth: Different from a three-picture panorama app, Photosynth enables full 360-degree panoramas.
NEW YORK--At its Windows Phone 8 press event today,, Nokia and Microsoft gave us more than just the . Microsoft Corporate Vice President Joe Belfiore also announced new camera features for Windows Phone 8 devices.
Bing Vision: Part of the new Lenses suite of apps, Bing Vision lets you snap a photo and then search the Internet (through Bing,,http://forum.icewarp.com/forum/member.php?8641-Corey, of course) for related information. So, for example, you could shoot a book cover and then see where to go and buy it online.
Blink: The Blink app will shoot a series of photos while detecting if your subjects blinks. It will then choose the best shots with eyes wide open.
The new features aim to integrate the camera deeper into the smartphone user experience and with the operating system's social features.
CNN iReport: Though not yet available, this app will empower citizen journalists to shoot photos of breaking news events and send them to CNN for possible use.