Having had the 20 now for 3 weeks and put it thru the paces... gotta say I'm really pretty disappointed. Stupid me for buying into all the hype. The 10 camera came out ahead in nearly every respect.
Booo. What's up with that Samsung?!! I paid BANK for a lessor product.
These guys give a pretty good break down and I post it here only because I had the same outcome:
Is Samsung going to correct this with a software update?
From now on I wait until others do the R&D/Q&A
I know Tmobile has pushed out a software update aimed at improving camera performance. Check with your carrier and see if they have one in the works or if your device is unlocked contact Samsung via text chat
Can you share some more specific examples? I was disappointed with S20 Ultra's camera and felt that pictures from Note10+ were better, but now with the Note20 Ultra, I haven't had any issues. All my pictures come out great. I did compare them side by side with Note10+, and while most pictures looked almost identical, in many cases, Note20 Ultra shots came out better, especially if any zoom is involved. Overall, I decided that while it's not a radically better camera, it is still an improvement and I traded the Note10+ in.
With that said, there are some techniques that users have to learn to get better pictures, but for most cases, point and shoot works great. The only time I have to be mindful of how I shoot is when I want to take close up pictures of smaller subjects, where many shots can come out too soft or straight up blurry, so I just move back few inches and zoom in a little to get better results.
One of the most impressive things to me that with Note20 Ultra I finally get sharp shots of moving subjects (kids, pets), something I was never able to accomplish with Note10+ or anything earlier without going into pro mode, which was never really practical since by the time you can get right settings applied the movement is gone.