Spec­tac­u­lar shots made sim­ple

SmartHouse - - CAMERA - By Or­laith Costello

The Galaxy S10 line builds on Sam­sung’s cam­era lead­er­ship with the in­tro­duc­tion of a slew of ex­cit­ing ad­vance­ments and even more in­tel­li­gence.

Across the range, Sam­sung of­fers a 10MP Dual Pixel selfie cam­era, a 16MP 123° Ul­tra-Wide Lens for epic hor­i­zon­tal or ver­ti­cal panora­mas, and a 12MP Wide-An­gle Su­perSpeed Dual Pixel lens which au­to­mat­i­cally ad­justs for light to cap­ture qual­ity shots day or night.

The S10 and S10+ in­clude a third rear 12MP Tele­photo (zoom) lens which pro­vides 2x op­ti­cal zoom and 10x dig­i­tal zoom.

The S10+ fea­tures a se­cond front­fac­ing lens, an RGB depth lens.

In ad­di­tion to all the lenses on the Galaxy S10+, the S10 5G in­tro­duces Sam­sung’s 3D Depth Cam­era specif­i­cally de­signed to power new fea­tures like Video Live Fo­cus and Quick Mea­sure.

Sam­sung is com­ple­ment­ing its new lenses with next-gen­er­a­tion NPU, which stream­lines im­age pro­cess­ing and boosts Sam­sung’s Scene Op­ti­mizer which in ad­di­tion to op­ti­miz­ing the look of pho­tos can also recog­nise up to 30 scenes.

The up­graded Live Fo­cus mode al­lows users to cus­tom­ize pho­tos by adding a new spin bokeh, zoom bokeh, and colour point ef­fects.

The Galaxy S10+ uses its dual front cam­eras to sup­port the fea­ture, while the Galaxy S10 and S10e’s front-fac­ing cam­era uses the NPU’s in­tel­li­gence.

In a move built for the so­cial me­dia age, Sam­sung’s lat­est flag­ships of­fer a brand new AR Emoji ex­pe­ri­ence that can track your face, eyes, tongue and body move­ments, in­clud­ing arms and legs.

Sam­sung is also of­fer­ing firstof-its-kind steady cam vide­o­record­ing pow­ered by anti-shake sta­bi­liza­tion tech­nol­ogy (VDIS) for smooth fluid ac­tion shots which it claims of­fers up to three times bet­ter video sta­bi­liza­tion than con­ven­tional tech­nolo­gies.

In an­other first, the rear cam­era of­fers the abil­ity to record in HDR10+ with dy­namic tone map­ping that pro­vides 2.1 times more colour range than SDR, for brighter and more dy­namic videos.

Rear triple cam­era

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