Switching from "In" to "Out" allows the user to start at the full zoomed in and step to the full "Out" zoom range. This is useful if the object you are photographing is coming toward you such as a mountain bike rider coming down a trail toward you.
There are two modes, "Auto" and "Manual". In auto mode, the automatically takes the photos in rapid sequence. In manual mode, a small shutter button appears in the center of the screen. The app waits for you to press the shutter button. Once you press the button, the app captures an image and then waits for the next press of the button to zoom to the next incremental zoom setting and take the next photo.
The bottom of the screen has four buttons which set the number of photos the app will capture. The buttons are labeled "3" "6" "8" and "10". In "Auto" mode, once you press one of the numbered buttons, the app begins to capture and incrementally zoom until the corresponding number of photos have been captured.
It needs a way to control the playback speed. If it had that, and included instructions, I'd probably give it five stars."
I like the quick zoom and the fast capture speed.
Heard you on The Tech Guy - Easy to use interface, simple design, quick load. Please add the ability to switch between front and rear cameras. Found your app easily in the app store.
Fun to use on the lift on the mountain, great for taking pictures of moving objects