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Samsung Z Fold3 5G Camera Settings & Quality

Samsung Z Fold3 5G camera quality? Samsung Z Fold3 5G camera settings? How to use Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 5G camera?

In this post, we will be showing you the Samsung Z Fold3 5G camera setting you can use to take the best shot on the Samsung galaxy phone. But before then, let’s look at the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 5G camera features and their quality.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 5G Camera Features

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 5G features a triple rear cameras of 12 MP, f/1.8, 26mm (wide), 1/1.76″, 1.8µm, Dual Pixel PDAF, OIS + 12 MP, f/2.4, 52mm (telephoto), 1/3.6″, 1.0µm, PDAF, OIS, 2x optical zoom + 12 MP, f/2.2, 123˚, 12mm (ultrawide), 1.12µm.

The handset can record 4K@60fps, 1080p@60/240fps (gyro-EIS), 720p@960fps (gyro-EIS), HDR10+ and it has 4 MP, f/1.8, 2.0µm, under display. There is also an additional 10 MP, f/2.2, 26mm (wide), 1/3″, 1.22µm that has HDR and can record 4K@30fps, 1080p@30fps, gyro-EIS.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 5G Best Camera Settings

Having seen some of the Samsung Z Fold3 5G camera quality, we will then be looking at the device camera settings that you can use to get the best when taking photos or recording videos as well.

1: From your device home screen, tap the Camera icon or swipe up from the center of the display then tap Camera.

Here you will see the following options:

  • Settings
  • Flash
  • Self-timer
  • Camera effects
  • Motion photo
  • Scene optimizer
  • Zoom
  • Aspect Ratio
  • Camera modes
  • Switch cameras

Settings

Step 1: To access the settings, tap on Settings.

Step 2: Select an option:

    • Scene optimizer: Tap to turn on  or off .
    • Shot suggestions: Tap to turn on or off.
    • Smart selfie angle: Tap to turn on or off.
    • Scan QR codes: Tap to turn on or off.
    • Swipe Shutter button to edge to
    • Save options
    • Resolution
    • High efficiency video: Tap to turn on or off.
    • Video stabilization: Tap to turn on or off.
    • Auto HDR: Tap to turn on or off.
    • Tracking auto-focus: Tap to turn on or off.
    • Picture as previewed: Tap to turn on or off.
    • Grid lines: Tap to turn on or off.
    • Location tags: Tap to turn on or off.

Shooting Modes

    • Shutter sound: Tap to turn on or off.
    • Touch vibrations: Tap to turn on or off.

Swipe Shutter button to edge to

  1. Tap the Swipe Shutter button to edge.
  2. Select an option:
    • Take burst shot
    • Create GIF

Save options

  1. Tap Save options.
  2. Tap the HEIF pictures (Photo) switch to turn on  or off .

Resolution Size to Chooce

  • Rear video size:
    • 16:9 (3840×2160)
    • 5:4 (1440×1152)
    • 1:1 (1440×1440)
  • Front video size:
    • 16:9 (3840×2160)
    • 5:4 (1440×1152)
    • 1:1 (1440×1440)

Flash

To turn on or off the flash when taking pictures,

Step 1: Tap the Flash icon.

Step 2: Now select an option:

  • On
  • Off
  • Auto

Shooting Modes

  1. Tap Shooting methods.
  2. Tap Press Volume key to then select an option (e.g. Take a picture or record video, Zoom, etc.).
  3. Tap any of the following options to turn on On switch icon or off Off switch icon:
    • Voice control
    • Floating Shutter button
    • Show palm

Self Timer

Step 1: Tap the Self-timer icon.

Step 2: Select an option:

    • Off
    • 2 secs
    • 5 secs
    • 10 secs

Camera Effects

On the camera effects, you can add the following settings.

Step 1: Tap the Effects icon.

Step 2: Swipe left to choose a preset effect (e.g., Warm, Cool, Lolli, etc.)

Motion Picture.

Tap the Motion Picture icon  to turn on or off.

 Highlighted yellow when turned on

Scene Optimizer

As for this setting:

Tap the Scene optimizer icon to turn on or off.

ZOOM

Tap the Zoom icon to change between Ultra wide-angle  and Wide-angle 

Camera mode

On the camera mode, you can

swipe left or right to select an option:

  • Live Focus
  • Photo: Capture a picture.
  • Video: Capture video.
  • Pro: Manually adjust the ISO sensitivity, white balance, and color tone.
  • Panorama: Tap the Camera button then pan slowly in one direction.
  • Macro: Used to capture images up close (3-5 cm away).
  • Food: Optimizes images taken of food

Switch cameras

To switch between the front and rear cameras, tap the Camera Facing icon switch_cameras_icon

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