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Mark Peters : March 29th 2017 - 21:22 CET

Samsung S8 camera phone

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Galaxy S8Samsung Galaxy Galaxy S8 camera phone features : Samsung Mobile Electronics has finally launched the Galaxy S8 series. The long awaited Samsung S8 phone features numerous new features for camera enthusiasts. The Samsung S8 phone is equipped with a 12 megapixel rear autofocus camera with F1.7 optics and Dual Pixel image sensor known from the previous Galaxy S7 phone. The Samsung S8 front camera has also been upgraded with a F1.7 lens and smart autofocus technology. The front camera of the Samsung S8 phone now also features facial recognition technology, so it can better track faces, even when the distance between the camera phone and the subject in the picture is increased. While Samsung phones have always been at the forefront of camera development, the Galaxy S8 camera phone takes mobile photography to a new level with their ability to capture vibrant images in low light conditions.
Samsung S8 camera

Samsung S8 camera phone
Lighting and subject movement are two factors that greatly influence the outcome of a perfect image. But in the real world, these conditions are not always ideal for taking images. The Samsung S8 phone is embedded with a sophisticated multi-frame image processing engine to ensure the best pictures in almost every environment. With this new technology, the Samsung S8 camera phone takes three photos and then selects the clearest picture and uses the other two to reduce the blur. By imposing the three pictures on top of one another, the resulting photograph is highly detailed with clearer contours. The Samsung S8 camera phone can capture and process the image so quickly that users can't tell the difference between it and conventional cameras.

Samsung S8 phone

Samsung S8 phone fun
The Samsung S8 camera phone gives users the option to use photo filters, stickers and stamps to express their creativity. With a simple, convenient filter setting, Galaxy S8 users can let their creativity run wild by choosing from a collection of 16 filters, including eight beauty filters. The Samsung S8 phone also features an automatic mode which automatically applies a filter optimized for the recorded image. Samsung S8 phone users can also choose from a selection of 34 stickers and 50 stamps to add to their photos, right from the Camera app. The camera’s facial recognition technology can instantly apply static and animated facial feature stickers on the subject when in Camera or Video mode. New Samsung phone fun stickers and stamps to enhance your images will be added in the future.

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