App turns your smartphone into an analog camera

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Tired of the fast pace, instant gratification lifestyle? Yearning for a return to a simpler time, a time when you had to wait days after taking a photo to see what was going to look like? Korean start-up Screw Bar has an answer for you – an app designed to rekindle the lost ‘thrill’ of choosing and cherishing photographic moments. The app, Gudak Cam, attempts to reproduce the age of analog cameras in the digital world, by eliminating the option of instantly reviewing your photos, offering no filter options and reducing the size of the viewfinder. The result is similar to that achieved by disposable Kodak cameras. The app allows you to take only 24 shots at a time, with a 12 hour wait before you can load a new ‘roll’. The app also takes three days to ‘process’ the shots – another reminder of the days when all film had to be dropped off for developing and picked up again days later.

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