Nokia will give developers "deep access" to camera settings with new imaging API

Developers will get "deep access" to camera settings in the new SDK

Stephen Elop put out the word to developers that Nokia is looking for their help to push innovations in imaging technology. To aid them in this venture, Nokia will be releasing the developers SDK, which promises to offer "deep access" to the settings on the Lumia 1020.

Some big names have already signed on to use the new developers tools for official apps. Look for new releases from CNN, Vyclone, Yelp, Flipboard, Foursquare and Path.

Keep an eye out for new apps using the new developers SDK

Stay tuned for more details from the floor.

You can also grab the SDK right here



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MAkhdar says:

Flipboard! Yes! :)

blackhawk556 says:

Wrong article but I just wanted to say how happy I am that at&t got their ass handed to them. Hahahahaha. I'm so happy Ralph was there to hear it :)

blackhawk556 says:

Didn't you hear how the Forbes reported criticized at&t on the 920 release.

Nakazul says:

No :( Any links?

blackhawk556 says:

Watch the video of the event. Skip to the last part Q&A section. I think it was the last question. She criticized at&t's support for the 920 and how "crummy" they supported it. Also, she mentioned how employees were not informed about it.

Nakazul says:

I'm looking for a event video ... thnx for the tip though.

Path and Flipboard.
2 apps I can strike off my list of 'nice to have apps'.
I await for Instagram.

Eas195 says:

Path is something that I've waited months ago, and so now will have it in no time!

fbendotti says:

Instagram please

Vurdjol says:

Will this new sdk let developers acces the videos on your Phone?
i'd like to see some Video editing apps