We’ve seen a lot of terrible Windows 10 ports recently, so ProShot by Rise Up Games is a breath of fresh air. Rather than using a bridge tool, the developers decided to build the app again from the ground up.
With the new platform came plenty of new features, including manual video shooting, support for RAW files and faster startup and image processing.
Release Notes/ Feature List
Rise Up Games has released a full list of the Windows 10 features, listed below:
- “Auto, Program, Manual, and two fully configurable Custom modes
- Full manual control over exposure, ISO, shutter speed and white balance
- Normal, Bracket, Timelapse, and Video modes all with full manual controls, even during video recording
- Light Painting (bulb) mode with Live Preview, and two submodes (Light Trail, Light Add)
- Up to 4K Video
- Live audio levels during video capture
- Customizable video size, FPS and bitrate
- Exposure bracketing
- ISO priority and Shutter priority modes using the Auto ISO / Auto shutter settings
- Manual focus assist
- Full resolution image capture
- Quick access to 16:9, 4:3, and 1:1 shooting modes
- Front-facing camera with full manual controls, support for video
- Zoom with just one finger
- Real-time ISO and shutter info
- Battery meter
- Grid overlay
- Horizon Level
- Quick access to OIS, GPS and UI sounds
- Quick reset button”
Some features from 8.1 didn’t make it into the build, including real-time filters.
However, the team says they are open to including them in future builds if there is enough demand.
They store release also came with a thank you note to their many supporters:
“Thank you all so much for your love and support over the years. It has been an amazing journey, and we are so grateful to the Windows community for having us. We are happy to announce that we hard at work on the next version of ProShot, built from the ground up and designed specifically for Windows 10.”
ProShot for Windows 10 is priced at $2.99, and can be purchased from the Microsoft Store.