Definite improvement in the previous version.
I am using Samsung Galaxy S7 with Android V7 software.
I have found the camera lag to have cleared and the image responds much quicker. I still do not see any visible UI or icons but when I tap the screen creates an image and offers the share and save to gallery icons.
However, when I wish to return to the scanning image I have to exit the app and then reopen it. If I do not do this the image that was last captured pre share/save is locked on the screen and I cannot refresh the view.
Once saved the images are appearing in my gallery.
I have tested it with a few different types of negative to get a feel for it. I have found that each type (35mm, 120 and glass plate negative) each have an optimum range where the app appears to have no issues converting once selected. Whilst outside this range the image captured reverts to a negative, despite the app correctly displaying it pre capture as a corrected image.
I have also tried a redscale film but this seemed to totally mess with the app and I was unable to get a clear image to capture.
The following is a glass plate image 4" x 3"
This is the same image, however, as I had captured the image outwith what seems to be an acceptable range for the app it reverted to a negative
What I have noticed is that the corrected images appear more pixelated than those not inverted.
The following image is Fujichrome T64 positive image. This is a 6cm x 9cm image.
The app has not altered the caputured image.
This is a standard 6cm x 6cm shot. The film used is Fujicolor Reala 100.
The app has correctly swithed the negative to a positive.
The following are 35mm films, which I have struggled with for a few reasons. Firstly I need to sort out the lighting in the room as with 35mm film I am getting a terrible reflection of the mobile phone when attempting to capture colour negatives (this has not been a notable problem with 120 or glass plate images. I will check the forum for any suggestions on this).
If I am capturing the image at a certain distance the image correctly converts, otherwise it produces a copy of the negatives.
This is Iflord Delta 3200 film
All said a much better improvement and a step in the right direction.