Facebook Camera Is Testing Studio Mode And Much More

Cameras are certainly becoming the prime focus of not only smartphones but also the social media apps. Following the demands of consumers, Facebook is going up further improve its camera features by introducing some interesting modes for stories.

The beta testing of recent developments in Facebook’s camera has been observed by an app researcher on Twitter, Jane Manchun Wang, who is also predicting about a Studio mode coming in the next update of Facebook’s mobile app. This will allow users to better edit their photos within the app’s camera as they will get more options in choosing filters, effects or even color grading.

Facebook now seems to be getting the basics right to promote its feature of stories as consumers are becoming more and more comfortable with what Instagram and Snapchat offers.
The new camera will have three different tones including greyscale, warm and bokeh considering how these stand as the top choice whenever users try to edit their pictures. However, with all the anticipation, it would be interesting to see how Facebook adopts the bokeh effect as it has already created a lot of competition to grab user’s attention.

Although there is no official confirmation about the changes from the devloper team of Facebook but if done right, such developments can play a significant role in improving the engagement metrics.

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