Position reading app for real board?

Is there an app that allows you to take a photo of a real go board with stones on it in a specific game situation, and then “recreate” that position of the game on a demo board in ogs?
I mean a kind of reading program that transfers the positions of the stones into ogs.
Independent of the course of the game, just the specific situation after move x.

There are apps that I’ve seen that turn a photo into an sgf.

There was an old reddit thread.

I’ve heard of BadukCap https://apps.apple.com/us/app/baduk-cap/id896353586
Goeye http://goeye-app.com/

They also mention kifu snap for android https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jp.co.unbalance.android.kifusnap&hl=en&gl=US

This thread mentions some other ideas Are there any apps that can count territory by taking a picture?

Once it’s in SGF format though (in theory) you can upload it to your SGF library and do analysis there, or start a review of the board etc.

(I say in theory, because I don’t know for certain which apps might add in something funky to the sgf fields that might not allow it to open for some reason - I’ve had pair go games in KGS not open because some rank of a player was in the wrong place. )

You don’t have the order of the moves which is quite a miss.
One app can take snapshot and calculate the score, I think it comes with one of the main Asian go server. Friends using it but not me so I don’t know more.

For the funky things, the sgf file can be open and checked in a text editor (notepad kind) and if any doubt on sgf syntax, there is sensei library.

I think it should be impossible for someone who didn’t play the game to figure out the order of the moves. Even just imagine the first four moves in a game, taking four corners, there’s already four ways that could have happened, and only tradition says to play the upper right corner first. It doesn’t always happen. There’s too many ways to arrive at any particular board position.

(It would be cool to be able to number the moves yourself maybe, but then again just having the final position saved and trying to recreate the sgf move orders is at least an idea)

That’s a good thing to point out, that I forgot to say!