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.
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@SMD79 wrote: Tried Samsung Chat - nice but they did very little and deferred me to calling in. Tried Calling Samsung Support - it was immediate that they knew far less about the watch than anyone. Useless. Eventually Spoke to Samsung Pay support and they said "sorry, nothing we can do about it...just wear your watch tighter". Wow, thanks (sarcasm) Samsung support is pretty awful for these devices. I mean they try and seem to be nice people, not rude or anything...it's just you get the sense they've never ever used the product and are only using keywords to search for something in their "documentation". I get it. Overseas help can sometimes only be so good. It's cheap. Way to go Samsung So I tried a user forum and despite the Samsung support telling me there's nothing they can do about it I found a solution... With the newest update you can go to Settings>Security>Screen Lock>Usage and then set it to Payments instead of Screen and Payments. Done! Fixed! Just imagine how good Samsung could be if their support actually knew how their products worked. Sigh. Thank you! I was getting frustrated with all the PIN requests, and now set it for payments only. Great job!
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