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Stop burst shots??

(Topic created: 06-09-2022 11:53 AM)
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bernulah
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My camera now takes about 30 pictures every time I take a picture and I assume I am storing them all and paying for it!! I just went through and made a copy and erased all the extra pictures but I shouldn't have to do that period how do I turn off these burst shots? And am I right that I am paying for unnecessary storage?

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Samsung_Moderator
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Hello, thank you for your feedback. I understand your concerns on the burst shot feature and I will be more than happy to assist you with this situation. Once you are in the camera app, be sure to have photo selected. To take a single photo simply press the shutter button. If you swipe down on the shutter button it will activate the burst shot feature. 

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Charkatak
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Your phone stores pictures locally and you don't pay. If your images being uploaded and stored online and you are paying for extra storage, then yes. When you tap once on the shutter button, your phone should take 1 photo.

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Absolutely... What you might want to do is reset your phone settings so that the camera isn't taking 30 pictures every time when you snap one shot
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Samsung_Moderator
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Galaxy S21

Hello, thank you for your feedback. I understand your concerns on the burst shot feature and I will be more than happy to assist you with this situation. Once you are in the camera app, be sure to have photo selected. To take a single photo simply press the shutter button. If you swipe down on the shutter button it will activate the burst shot feature.