So this morning I got a notice that the camera app had an update from the Galaxy store. Aftee installing, I had to re-add and re-order my camera mode because after the update they all went back to default. I also didn't see anything that actually changed. Does anyone have any info?
The S10 and Note10 series' cameras see some significant enhancements. For one, they support Single Take, which lets you capture several shots and videos at once, with an AI recommending you the best out of all of them. Both lines also get Night Mode improvements, including the addition of a night hyperlapse function. And once you've taken a picture, you can now edit it with custom colors and styles based on other images as part of the new Custom Filter feature.
On the videography front, a new Pro Video mode gives you manual options to get exactly the image you want, like ISO, shutter speed, and exposure level. The most impressive addition is a 4K 60fps mode for the selfie cameras.
The gallery is now capable of intelligently grouping your images with the tap of a new square button in the top bar, dubbed Clean View. When you view a photo full-screen and zoom in on it, a new auto crop icon in the top left corner allows you to quickly save the zoom level as a new picture.
After the update, you'll also find a new Quick Share tile in your quick settings. It allows you to send photos, videos, and other files to nearby contacts without relying on third-party software. There's also Music Share, which lets you extend your Bluetooth connection to a friend, so you don't need to disconnect from your own car stereo or speaker when they want to play their music.
Be warned that the new software release will delete all previously saved AR emoji, since an update to the feature will make older emoji incompatible.
I got the same thing. I notice that the screen is much easier to touch when focusing and adjusting exposure because before it was very hard to be precise. Also there is a button that appears in the photo part at night that will take u instantly to the night camera which is neat