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In Pictures: App wars - Windows 8 Metro vs. the iP...
Camera: Metro loses
Metro's Camera app is also basic, though it offers more controls than the iPad's Camera app. You can select the audio source, enable video stabilization, and set a timer. You can also set the exposure, brightness, and contrast -- none of which the iPad's Camera app does. But you can't zoom -- a stunning omission. When you set manual focus, Metro provides no feedback as to the focal point, as the iPad does. Metro's camera functionality is clearly not a priority for Microsoft.
In Pictures: App wars - Windows 8 Metro vs. the iPad