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Best camera settings for Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 plus

Samsung galaxy S9 and galaxy S9 plus has awesome camera features and several modes. One of my favorite camera settings for galaxy S9 and galaxy S9 plus are Super slow motion camera and AR Emoji. In other Samsung galaxy S9 camera mode, you can see live focus, panorama, food, Pro mode, Hyperlapse, Auto and more.

You can set front and rear camera settings for galaxy S9 and galaxy S9 plus Oreo devices. Also use three shooting methods to take selfie on galaxy S9 and S9 plus. Check out each one listed below top best camera settings for galaxy S9 and galaxy S9 plus Oreo.

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Top best camera settings for galaxy S9 and galaxy S9 plus Oreo

In this Samsung Galaxy S9 plus and galaxy S9 camera tutorial, I’ll show you all camera modes and front & rear camera settings.

Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus camera modes settings

Step 1: Open Camera app in your galaxy S9 & S9 plus

By default, you can see auto mode select in your device. Just swipe left or right to change S9 camera mode settings. List of below given camera mode options view in your device.


Auto:

It will automatically set the color and exposure of each shot you take.

Pro:

Take control of your photos. You can manually set the exposure, shutter speed, color tone and ISO sensitivity in galaxy S9 & S9 plus.

Panorama:

Take horizontal or vertical panoramas in your galaxy S9 & S9 plus.

Food:

It will helpful to emphasize the vivid colors in your favorite foods.

Live focus:

You can take artistic pictures by adjusting the depth of field in your galaxy S9 & S9 plus.

Super slow motion:

Taken action video and enjoy video using this super slow motion feature.

Read Also : How to record super slow motion video on galaxy S9 and S9 plus

Hyperlapse:

capture changes that happen slowly in smooth time lapse videos.

AR Emoji:

Create your own emoji on your galaxy S9 and S9 plus.

Slow motion:

You can record videos at a high frame rate which can be played in slow motion.

Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus front and read camera settings

Step 1: Open Camera app in your galaxy S9 & S9 plus

Step 2: Tap on Settings gear icon

You can see below given galaxy S9 plus and galaxy S9 front and rear camera settings.

Galaxy S9 & S9 plus Rear camera settings:

Best camera settings for galaxy S9 and galaxy S9 plus

Picture Size:

By default galaxy S9 and S9 plus picture size set as 4:3 (12 MP) resolution.

Video size:

By default galaxy S9 and S9 plus video size set as FHD 1920×1080 resolution.

Read More: How to change video size on galaxy S9 and S9 plus

Timer:

Set timer in your device.

HDR (Rich tone):

By default set HDR set as Auto.

Tracking AF:

Focus on and track a subject selected on the preview screen.

Super slow-mo:

Choose from single-take or multi-take for record super slow-mo video in galaxy S9 plus and galaxy S9 devices.

Galaxy S9 plus & Galaxy S9 front camera settings:

Picture Size:

By default galaxy S9 and S9 plus front camera picture size set as 4:3 (8 MP) resolution.

Video size:

By default galaxy S9 and S9 plus front camera video size set as FHD 1920×1080 resolution.

Timer:

Set timer in your device.

HDR (Rich tone):

By default set HDR set as Auto.

Shooting methods:

You can see three different galaxy S9 & S9 plus shootings methods to take pictures in your device.

Face shape correction:

You can take natural selfies when turn off this.

In other camera settings for galaxy S9 and galaxy S9 plus, you can see video stabilization, location tags, quickly launch camera to press power button from home screen, motion photos and more. You can change galaxy S9 camera mode swipe settings also.

And that’s all. We hope this camera settings for galaxy S9 and galaxy S9 plus helpful for you. Do you know any other useful galaxy S9 camera tutorial we missed above? Share with us in below comment box.

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