Starbucks Pick of The Week: 8mm Vintage Camera

Every week Starbucks and Apple partner up and give away a free app, video, song or book. This week's app is 8mm Vintage Camera. You can grab this normally $1.99 app for free in the Starbucks app.  

From iTunes: 

8mm Vintage Camera brings your iPhone and iPod Touch back in time to capture the beauty and magic of old school vintage movies. By mixing and matching films and lenses, you can recreate the atmosphere of those bygone eras with 70 timeless retro looks. Dust & scratches, retro colors, flickering, light leaks, frame jitters - all can be instantly added with a single tap or swipe.
What's in the camera?
▶ Total live view of the effects. What you see in the viewfinder is what you record.
▶ 7 lenses bundled - Super 8, Clear, Flickering Frame, Spotlight, Light Leak, Color Fringing and Classic.
▶ 10 grainy, discolored, dusted and aged films from different eras - 1920, Noir, 60s, 70s, Sakura, XPro, Siena, Pela, Indigo and Tuscan.
Jitter Button
▶ Add random up and down displacement of frames to imitate real 8mm projectors.
▶ Add projector sound for extra authenticity, mute the video to make a silent movie, or use the microphone only - your choice.
Post Processing
▶ Import videos from Photo Albums; Apply and adjust effects while they are playing, like you are filming them for the first time.
• Record movies with retro effects in real time
• Supports 720P HD video recording on iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, and iPod       Touch 4 (iOS 5 required)
• Apply effects to existing videos
• Swap lenses and films at any time
• Trigger frame jitter during recording
• Turn on/off flash on supported devices
• Switch between front and back cameras on supported devices
• Tap to focus and adjust exposure
• Export options: Save to Camera Roll, email, or share on YouTube and Facebook
• Transfer movies quickly to computer via iTunes File Sharing
• Support video geo-tagging when location service is on
• AirPlay enabled
Compatible devices: iPhone (5/4S/4/3GS) and iPod Touch (with video camera), iOS 5.0 or later

Written by Danny Tammaro. You can follow Danny on Twitter, AppDotNet, or Google+