Boasting 3 cameras Samsung made sure that they equipped the Note 10 with its best camera yet. The rear cameras are comprised of a 12- megapixel main camera, a 12-megapixel telephoto lens, and a 16-megapixel wide lens. On the front to capture the selfie photo is a 10-megapixel camera although not as high tech as the cameras on the back it is still one of the leading selfie cameras when compared to other flagship phones. Also forgot to mention some cool technology that is shared by the three lens on the rear and that is Time-of-flight (ToF) which consists of a sensor that uses a tiny laser to shoot out infrared light. This light bounces off anything in front of the camera and back into the sensor to help maximize the depth perception of the camera.
As discussed there are three lens however they do not operate simultaneously you must choose which camera is to be used. The process of selecting is simple and can be done by going into the camera and selecting the appropriate icon on screen. See photo of the camera screen you will see the icon of two trees highlighted in white that is the default of normal, then you can see a leaf icon and that is 2x zoom, and the three tree icon is the wide angle lens. While in any mode you can hold the icon and it will allow you to adjust zoom up to 10x with some loss of quality.
One of the nicest things about the NOTE 10 and the camera is the relationship it shares with the sPen. If you can pop out the pen and that is your perfect device to shoot group photos or to take a selfie with a little distance because once the camera is set you run jump in photo and press side button and boom you took the photo.
Lastly I would like to share a few of the cameras modes. One is the Instagram shooting mode. The Instagram mode allows you to take a photo that auto shapes it into square perfect for instant upload to your social media. Also another mode that I like is the Live focus. This auto focus in live mode.
With the Note 10 and its camera you have many abilities to make a statement with a click of a photo.
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