Because BraveCam aims to show the quality of the video captured by the iPhone, it is not allowed to reduce its quality through the app itself.
Yes, it’s normal. BraveCam uses the full potential of the A7 and A8 chip processors, due to the intensive use of all its hardware like GPS, accelerometer, magnetometer, 120 fps recording, WiFi, GPRS, DSP computer vision, etc.
Yes, it’s normal. BraveCam recommends not to overcome 10 minutes in every recording. Keep in mind that a 120fps 10 minutes video has more than 72.000 images at 720p, which means a large number of information to process, synchronizing the video with data, graphs, exports… BraveCam has an automatic system which stops the recording before the iPhone runs out of memory, to make sure the video is recorded successfully. There is no software limitation regarding the duration of the video.
Yes. BraveCam has been developed to be fully compatible with all the accessories of GoPro.
You can download it for free from:
The license is Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike (by-nc-sa):
You may not use the original material for commercial purposes. If you remix, transform, or build upon the material, you must distribute your contributions under the same license as the original.
You can print it using the services from:
BraveCam doesn’t trade with this product. Costs are inherent in the manufacture of the third parties responsible for performing the 3D print work.
You can purchase any wide angle lens compatible with your iPhone. We recommend the Osino model, because of its good value for money.
The lens we use can be purchased at a very good price on eBay, like the one that is available from this link.