A new Windows 8.1 video demo has arrived which focuses on the newly revamped camera interface. The new Windows Phone 8.1 camera update builds on the camera UI of previous Windows Phone 8.


Microsoft Camera is the name given to the default WP8.1 camera and has been brought with few changes that include a new column of settings on the left which can be customized with any five of the multiple settings there in the camera. There lies a Burst shot button between the Still and Video mode buttons. Bursts that are not saved will be deleted by default to save space after 7 days. However, you can change this setting.

As seen in iOS and Android, the new Windows Phone 8.1 provides an option in the Settings menu to group photos by location and time.