Have you ever wanted to go back in time and take some photos using old tech? BitCam helps you achieve some interesting photos as if you had your small pocket PC back in the day. The app was released by Iconfactory ahead of this year's WWDC to celebrate the company's 20th anniversary.
BitCam is a fun little offering that lets you choose between super-res, standard, and "chuncky fatbits". Even the interface makes you believe you're looking at an old-school display from the late 20th century. If black and white isn't quite your thing, fear not as there's also a color option. Have a play with effects and controls to create some awesome results.
As a side note, should you have issues with BitCam's color graphics card and get a vexing error, there's an update on the Store that will fix this issue.
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