Blackmagic Brings Its Free Camera App to Android – But with a Catch

Blackmagic for Android

Great news for videography enthusiasts on Android! The Blackmagic Camera app, known for its pro-level features, is finally here after its iPhone launch last September. This app brings the same high-quality shooting options and compatibility with Blackmagic’s editing tools to Android users.

The Blackmagic Camera app, known for its pro-level features, is finally on Android after its iPhone success last year. This app lets you shoot videos on your Samsung Galaxy or Google Pixel phone with the same controls found on expensive Blackmagic Design cameras.

The Blackmagic Camera App for Android Comes with a CatchBlackmagic for Android

There’s a catch though. The app only works on phones with the latest Android software (version 13 or later). For now, it’s also limited to specific phone models: Samsung Galaxy S23, S24, and Google Pixel 7 and 8. Blackmagic Design hasn’t said if the app will be available on other Android phones in the future.

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Unlike most phone camera apps, the Blackmagic Camera app is totally free on Android. Most phone camera apps are easy to use, but they don’t have all the features that professional photographers and videographers need. Blackmagic’s app is different – it gives you those pro features for free! There are other camera apps with pro features, but they often cost money.

Blackmagic Camera app on Android: Same look, pro featuresBlackmagic for Android

The Android app looks just like the iPhone version. It has a special screen display that shows you important video shooting info like focus and lighting. You can also tap things on this display to change settings quickly.

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Another cool feature: the app can save your videos directly to Blackmagic’s cloud storage. This lets you easily access your videos on another computer to edit them later!


The pro-level Blackmagic Camera app is here, offering high-quality shooting options and cloud storage for free on compatible Samsung and Pixel phones (Android 13+). While limited in device access for now, this app empowers mobile videographers with professional controls for a cinematic look.

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