There’s no question that the rear-facing camera of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus is spectacular, and as well as being capable snappers at stock level, benefits from a flurry of third-party offerings housed over at the App Store. For a limited time, five great iPhone camera apps have gone completely free, and if you regularly utilize your handset for its point-and-shoot capabilities, then check the details below.

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InstaFisheye ($1.99 – FREE / iPhone)

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As the name implies, this app blesses your photos with a range of fisheye lens effects, and while it’s not quite up to par with, say, buying an Olloclip, it’s still very functional, producing some awesome results.

Fisheye Pro ($1.99 – FREE / iPhone)

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Similar to the aforementioned, this app takes things to the next level with some vintage effects like old films and lenses. In a way, it reminds me of the popular Hipstamatic app, and if you miss the nostalgic beauty of images captured in times passed, give Fisheye Pro a whirl.

Reflection ($1.99 – FREE / iPhone)

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Again rather self-explanatory, Reflection mirrors your image as would occur if, say, near a river. It’s a well-executed idea, adding the various wave and ripple effects you’d get with a genuine reflection, and if you look at the screenshots, you wouldn’t even know they were manufactured.

Splitter Pro ($1.99 – FREE / iPhone)

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Cool app that lets you clone objects or people and reproduce them in the same shot. As you can see, with a bit of imagination, you can create some hilarious end products.

Framatic Pro ($1.99 – FREE / iPhone)

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Collage app lets you stitch multiple images together and add beautiful frames for some neat collages. Ideal for Instagram – let’s face it, most photo apps are catering to the Facebook-owned social photo app these days – it provides a polished experience, and for now, it’s completely free of charge.

So there you have it – developer Lotogram’s great selection of photo-centric apps gone free for iPhone. No matter the environment or the subject, there’s a camera app here to suit any occasion, and since they’re free, you might as well grab them all!

As the dev has stipulated, though, the apps are free “for a very limited time,” so don’t delay if you want to avoid disappointment.

All of the above listed apps are available directly to download from the App Store.

Note: These apps are available for free for a limited time only. Download them as soon as possible since such deals don’t ordinarily last for more than 24 hours after posting.

Be sure to check out our iPhone Apps Gallery and iPad Apps Gallery to explore more apps for your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

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