It’s capable of taking crisp and clear photos even from far distances and in low lighting conditions. Samsung introduced new camera modes to give users more creative control over their images. Galaxy Note 8 rear camera works like any other smartphone camera.
It captures color images in typical fashion. But second camera that adds elements which can’t be captured by the primary camera. Galaxy Note 8’s camera takes two separate images when the user takes a photo. The onboard processing engine then combines both images and produces a high-quality, clear photo with a greater depth of field.
The Galaxy Note 8 can easily capture clear close-up pictures. The handset’s telephoto lens uses optical zoom to make the subject appear closer. It does that without enlarging any portion of the frame like digital zoom does. This results in professional-quality images even if the subject is far away.
Specifically If you’ve ever wanted a smartphone camera that adds the bokeh effect to your photos, look no further than the Galaxy Note 8.
Typically associated with photos taken by a DSLR, the bokeh effect is the aesthetic quality of the blur produced in parts of an image that are out of focus. This enables the subject to pop as the background becomes less of a distraction. Galaxy Note 8 has a Live Focus made that enables users to adjust the bokeh effect.
They can control the intensity of the overall effect and apply it before capturing the image. The bokeh effect can also be adjusted after the picture has been taken in the Gallery. Dual Capture mode makes the Galaxy Note 8’s rear wide-angle and telephoto lenses work together to capture two separate images.
Users can then find both the zoomed-in and wide-angle versions of the picture in the Gallery. The dual camera is really what makes the Galaxy Note 8 stand out from the competition. Has Galaxy Note 8 convinced you enough to spend your money on this new flagship?