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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Camera: Selective Focus and Rich Tone HDR

By: Harold Hisona | Wednesday, October 8, 2014

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The new Samsung Galaxy Note 4 sports a 16MP High resolution Rear camera with powerful Smart OIS (Optical Image Stabilizer).It minimizes shaking when shooting, previewing, and recording. Also, the exposure time automatically adjusts to take sharp pictures in low-light environments.


Camera setting options on Galaxy Note 4 are minimized by 2-depth structure. Frequently used items are arranged in the first layer and all other items in the second layer.

Selective Focus
  1. Tap the Camera.
  2. Tap the MODE icon to change to the Selective focus
  3. Tap the Selective Focus.
  4. Tap OK.
  5. Tap and select the objects you want to be in focus. Add depth to your pictures by adjusting them so that only the objects you want are in focus. For the best results, make sure your subjects are less than 50cm away from you, and at least twice as far from the background. Select the Camera button to take picture.
  6. Additionally, you can do refocusing through Gallery after shooting picture.Tap the Gallery option.
  7. Tap the Selective focus icons on picture.
  8. You can select focus which you want on taken pictures. Choose the Near focus or Far focus or Pan focus.Near Focus is basic default result which focused on near object, and Far Focus is objection of Near focus. And Pan Focus is clear image focused to all range.
  9. If completed, select Save.
Rich Tone HDR

Support to not only pictures but also Preview and Recording mode . So, you can record vivid videos, take photos with rich colors and reproduce details even in bright and dark areas, and merging has never been faster.

source: Samsung
 

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