By setting your photos to 16:9 is the best for viewing & uploading to social media. With video I tend to use 1080P 30fps on both front & rear cameras as this setting allows you to use super-steady stabilization, live focus video mode, & ultra-wide recording. If recording on a tripod then upscaling to 4K 60fps looks amazing and so with 8K 24fps on the S20!
Honestly, just leave it on default, auto mode. It is designed to give the best quality for every situation, as most people don't want to mess with settings. Most people just want to point and shoot.
Depends on what level of shooter you are. If you're just interested in taking snapshots for sharing with family and friends on social media, then default settings should do you just fine. If you're more knowledgeable with photography, then try the pro mode.
Personally, I use my smartphone for quick snapshots for sharing with friends and family on social media. For the photos I want to keep and for important occasions, then I use my Nikon DSLR. I find changing settings on a DSLR much easier and quicker than using the pro settings on the phone.
Thanks LM, to be honest I am at amateur level. I simply wanted to get some good high quality videos at 4k 60fps. I was conerned how that would impact space on device. I recently ordered the 128g.
There's a cool setting called "Single Take". It'll take a pic, then show you different methods the phone used to capture the pic, letting you choose which you like best.
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