Instagram appears to be testing a new feature that turns its Stories camera into an old-school photo booth.
The new feature, called Poses, was first discovered by developer and blogger Jane Manchun Wong. It lets you take a series of f0ur pictures, each three seconds apart, stitched together in a stop-motion video that you can share as a Story.
Instagram is working on “Poses”, a new Story Camera mode that takes four pictures (one per three seconds) and stitch them together into a stop-motion story
This is similar to Photo Booths pic.twitter.com/sTiGQn2oCm
— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) December 11, 2019
Instagram has yet to comment on the feature.
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