Everyone falls in love with snapping pictures on their Samsung Galaxy S3 but how many of us want to get other settings than Auto Mode? We think that camera features in this device has a pretty good settings and there are some cool stuff to complete your photography with your S3. So at this time, we would like you to know more about the basic introduction for this S3’s camera settings to help you have a better shooting photos.
Manual setting options
We think that it is not hard for you to learn the settings since it has a common vocabulary usage as others.
This is the first thing that we have to know. Once you have a higher number on your camera, it means that the more megapixel you can capture. Speaking about megapixel, it is connected to camera’s sensor while pixel means a single point of the color so that when it comes in million it means that you have megapixel.
It means hole. Simply, it defines the size of hole in the lens that allows the light in order to pass onto the sensor. The bigger hole provides more lights. Well, do not worry to change it, at least you know what it is.
ISO is a straight forward which means that when you have low-light source such as indoors like in restaurant or bar that have a dim light, you need more light for your camera’s sensor so you can record an image. The problem is when you make it to be more sensitive for the available light, the more ‘noise’ you will get. Noise is grainy quality. The lower of ISO number of course the less sensitive sensor for its light, so that the noise will be higher and more sensitive.
It refers about how long the sensor is pen for light that floods in. there is no control for shutter speed. Its action is controlled by processor to activate the sensor.
It is auto focus point divided into matrix, center-weighted or spot. For beginner the great is using matrix.
Simply it is about the white in your image is balanced with white objects that you are capturing.
Well, that’s all. It is worth to try and it is quite exciting to enjoy it.