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Samsung Galaxy Camera 2 Smart functions
Mark Peters : January 4th 2014 - 18:30 CET
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SamsungSamsung Galaxy Android Camera 2 Smart features : The new Android-based camera from Samsung Electronics offers a special 'Smart Mode'. Users can choose up to 28 different pre-set modes all designed to address different shooting scenarios, which will allow a professional touch or creative twist to any picture. For those unsure which mode they want to select, the 'Smart Mode' Suggest feature provides a helping hand in securing those winning shots. It analyzes the scene at hand; recognizing lighting conditions, scenery, objects, and then instantly recommends the optimal 'Smart Mode' to ensure that the perfect shot is always captured. The new 'Smart Mode Selfie Alarm' guarantees that self-portraits receive the attention they deserve.

Samsung Galaxy Android camera

Samsung Galaxy Android camera
With 'Photo Beam', the picture being viewed on the camera is automatically sent to the paired smartphone, while 'Mobile Link', allows photographers to select pictures or movies they wish to transfer to their smartphone at their leisure. For more creative shooting, 'Remote Viewfinder' lets photographers control the camera using the smartphone, providing greater freedom for setting up and snapping images. With a lightweight design, the upgraded Galaxy Camera 2 is a highly portable option making it the perfect choice for both day to-day, as well as special occasion photography.

Samsung Galaxy Camera 2

Samsung Galaxy Camera 2
Videos can also be given a unique twist with features such as 'Multi Motion Video', which allows users to set the speed of capture and create speed up or slowed down movies. Ranging from eight times slower than normal speed up to eight times faster, this feature adds visual flair to footage which can be enjoyed time and time again. The Samsung Galaxy Camera 2 also makes it easy for photographers to use their Android applications, such as Paper Artist and Xtremera, to personalize their shots straight from the digital camera so that images can be edited and shared without delay.

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