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Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge Camera Tips

By Avery Pacheco, 08/04/2016, updated on 27/05/2019

This spring, Samsung unveiled Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge. This time, the flagship comes with revamped Camera. The enhanced camera, which is equipped with high-quality lens, will perform well in low light condition. Besides, Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge introduces some new design to us, such as the motion photos and spotlight. This guide will explain all new features of the S7 camera in details.

1. Low Light Performance

Sporting the brighter F1.7 lens and larger 1.4µm pixel on the image sensor, Samsung Galaxy S7 can shoot great photos in low light environment. For example, when photographing indoors and when the sun has set, there are enough light enter the sensor. So the camera can capture details of the scene. As a result, Galaxy S7/S7 Edge delivers good performance in the dark.

Low Light Performance

2. Dual Pixel 12MP

Dual Pixel 12MP

Galaxy S7/S7 Edge comes with dual cameras. Both the front camera and the rear one are 12MP. You can capture high-pixel photos which contains detailed info. The sensors can focus quickly and accurately. So you can shoot high-quality photos with S7/S7 Edge.

3. Motion photo

Motion Photos

Motion photo records the three beautiful seconds before your press the shutter button. Then you are allowed to select the moment you would like to keep as the still picture. This can help you accurately choose the moment you want.

4. Spotlight

Galaxy S7 Camera Spotlight

If you want to highlight certain parts of your face and make some features stand out, like your eyes, nose, lip and more, you can turn on the spotlight in Beauty mode. You can adjust the strength and direction of the spotlight to change the light. This will bring different effects to your photos.

5. Quick Focus

Quick Focus

Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge camera is smart. It can automatically focus on the object. It is fast and seamless. So you can shoot the moment when the object begins to move or the light begins to fade.