Now you don't have to settle for the slow, lacking WebCamTexture API. The NatCam API provides access to device camera functions like high resolution previews (at high frame rates), exposure, focusing, zooming, flash, torch, photo capture, VR support, OpenCV support, and so much more. We used it in our upcoming project and it works absolutely great. Get NatCam on the Asset Store. NatCam Features Include: - Blazing fast camera preview (especially on Android). - HD. You can view what your phone sees in HD, or even higher resolutions if you wish to. All at a solid framerate. - Custom resolutions. NatCam allows you to set the camera's resolution. There are also resolution presets for ease of use. - Photo capture. NatCam allows you to capture high-resolution insta-worthy photos. You also have control over lighting with flash mode access. - Focus. Focus on anything you see. It also features focus modes (like autofocus, tap to focus, or even off). - Exposure. Set custom exposure bias for properly exposing those under- and over-exposed scenes your app will face. It also features exposure modes (like auto exposure and locked exposure). - Zoom. NatCam supports hardware optical zoom. - Torch. Switch on and off the device's LED torch. - VR support. NatCam is compatible with GearVR and Google Cardboard. Check out a Cardboard VR example here. - Preview Data. NatCam gives you access to the preview data for performing software operations. - OpenCV support. NatCam has built-in support the OpenCVForUnity API. Check out the official examples. - Minimalist package. NatCam is a very small, specialized package. It is specifically designed not to add unnecessary overhead to your project. - Instant support. We respond to support emails usually within minutes. See the documentation and Github.