CameraBag$2.99 from Nevercenter Ltd. Co. CameraBag


UPDATE: Version 1.5.1 has been submitted to the App Store for review. This update includes a workaround we’ve (finally) found to stop CameraBag from crashing when the iPhone is low on memory!

Dramatically enhance your photos using the many classic camera and film simulations in CameraBag. It’s like having 10 unique cameras all in one tiny device!

Step 1: From inside CameraBag, take a new photo (iPhone only) or choose one from your library (iPhone or iPod Touch).

Step 2: Quickly switch between CameraBag’s cameras to view your photo in many styles, simulating old school cameras and popular lenses and films.

Step 3: Save your photo. You can save the same photo in multiple styles. Try layering effects by reloading a saved image!

CameraBag focuses on emulating styles and processes from some of the most interesting cameras of the past to enhance the mood of an image. The cameras included in CameraBag are:

“Helga” – A square-format toy camera feel with washed-out highlights and old-school vignetting.
“Instant” – No need to shake this instant-developing film; includes the familiar wide bottom border.
“1974” – This is your father’s camera. Faded, tinted, and hip.
“Lolo” – Shoot from the hip and take life as it comes with vibrant, colorful shots.
“Cinema” – Dramatic, moody, wide-screen stills from the ongoing saga of your life.
“1962” – Dynamic black and whites from the photojournalists of a bygone era.
“Mono” – Smooth gradation from black to white.
“Infrared” – Simulation of the popular landscape photography technique.
“Fisheye” – Popular fish eye lens effect – for fun effects, try it in combination with other filters.
“Original” – The unaltered image.

Visit our website at for sample photos from the CameraBag Flickr user group. Join the group to submit your own photos!

*** If your iPhone/iPod is crashing when running CameraBag (or any other app), simply power off your phone by holding down the button at the top of your phone for 2 seconds and restart. Occassionally the iPhone runs low on system memory causing memory-intensive apps to crash, and rebooting clears this up.


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