Unfortunately that's not the case I put the circle exposure meter dead center on the blowout area I did turn down the result is everything around the rest of the image is darker
yeah I was going to ask the same thing if you were using the auto exposure circle. Do you think it could possibly be that the CPU is being overworked by such a high definition setting of 200 megapixels? It wouldn't be the first time but the camera's been put into something and the system couldn't hang on. another thing what was the ambient temperature at the time. looks like a nice sunny day but what was the temperature?
I'm using the camera the way it was intended to be used point and shoot I tried adjusting the exposure but it's still over processes the energy most of the time it's not a natural type of photograph or camera lens or CCD and sometimes I've noticed it might make the surrounding content of the image in the scene darker just to fix the highlight blowout besides I've been in photography for many years this is not a normal camera and it's not taking good photos as it could
Here is a quick 200mp photo I just took to compare. Not sure how much Samsung downgrades the photo for upload but on mine end very sharp and pulls out the details. Maybe try the tool to check your camera for any issues perhaps it's defective? Or maybe even a settings master reset can help?
Here is proof of my claim.
The Samsung Galaxy s23 Ultra 200 megapixel ISO cell hp2 has serious issues with hardware and software.
This video demonstrates the issues that I am having regarding the overexposure and over-processing using the 200 megapixel or 50 megapixel image setting.
I've manually adjusted the exposure and locked it so you can see the details in the highlight of the lampshade while it was locked I took the photo and as you can see in the user interface the preview looks correct. So as soon as that's finished I go to view the image in the gallery it shows up briefly as shot and then on the thumbnail there are blue and green dots spinning which are representing the processing of the image.
When the image is done processing you can see the overexposure blowing out the highlights. Keep in mind I lock the exposure to avoid that and it's still over processes and destroys the image to the point of uselessness.
🙈🙉🙊I want Samsung to acknowledge this AND PROVIDE THE FIX.