Burst gives your iPhone camera the Burst Mode (also called Bulb Mode) available on professional cameras. In Burst Mode, the camera will automatically take consecutive shots after you trip the shutter. It is particularly useful in action photography, where perfect shot only happens in split second.
* Continuous shooting in burst of 2, 4 or 8 shots.
* Buffer memory of 8 shots.
* Automatic saving to Photo Library.
* Ability to delete photos from buffer memory before they are saved into Photo Library.
On iPhone 3GS, Burst will take photos at the rate of approximately 3 photos per second. On iPhone 3G, the rate is approximately 2 photos per second. By comparison, the native camera app requires approximately 2 seconds for each photo.