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This seems to be a bug. I experience the same problem after upgrading to 10.10.1. See Apple Discussions for some ideas to solve it (resetting SMC). But since the proposed solutions are not consistently helping to solve the problem, I really suspect a driver problem. My System Profiler is showing "No video capture devices were found." Alternatively you could ...
I just had this problem and now i think i fixed it. Just for your info i also tried deleting old pictures etc etc and it still says i cant take photos because not enough space (grrr) Solution: i just switched my phone off and turned it back on! This must be a bug....
Unfortunately, with iOS where it is right now, this is not possible. We have watched progressive improvements over time with the default camera app but there are still quite a number of limitations regarding "defaults" in the camera app.
I believe the answer he is looking for lies in the amount of processing power that an iPhone or other device would need in order to: capture video compress the captured video in realtime to a format and settings that would result in those smaller "compressions" write it to disk The iPhone has plenty of processing power to capture the video and write it ...
If you're on iOS 8, the new camera API made possible by Apple allows true manual exposure control over the pictures taken. I would suggest Manual - Custom exposure camera. It's a really good replacement for the native camera app as well.
I use NightCap. Did you tried it?
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