How to use Final Cut Camera

Apple's free pro app is way better than iPhone's default method.

Pro tip: If you record video on your iPhone — even just your pets’ antics or your kids’ birthday parties — go to the App Store and download Apple’s new Final Cut Camera app.

The free app comes loaded with professional features that will up your game.

It offers far more manual control over your iPhone’s camera system than the standard Camera app — you can tweak exposure, white balance, color temperature and more.

The best thing is that Final Cut Camera costs absolutely nothing. And here’s a great guide showing you how to use it.

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