Galaxy S7: About the Camera Modes

Last Update date : 2017.08.15

Galaxy S7


The Samsung Galaxy S7 | S7 edge have a variety of camera modes which can be used to take pictures. Below is the list of available options that are pre-set for specific types of scenes.


To use the camera mode, click Mode to see the features listed here. 




Rear Camera options:


Auto: Take the best possible pictures by setting the device to adjust the exposure and color of pictures automatically. 



Pro: Adjust the exposure value, shutter speed, ISO sensitivity, white balance, focal length, and colour tone manually while taking pictures. 



Selective Focus: Change the focus of pictures after they have been taken. Focus on subject near to the camera, far away from the camera, or both. 



Panorama: Create a linear panorama by taking consecutive pictures in either a horizontal or vertical direction.



Video Collage: Create short collages and slow motion videos without any editing tools. Share created videos via your social network accounts easily. The following recording types are available.


Collage: Create a video collage by selecting a grid layout and recording several videos of the same length in either 4:3 or 1:1 aspect ratio.

Slow Motion: Record a video that will be divided into a selected number of sections with one playing at normal speed and the others in slow motion. This feature is only available while using the rear camera.



Live Broadcast: Broadcast videos on YouTube and share the link with friends to watch it in real time. 



Slow Motion: Record videos at a high frame rate for viewing in slow motion. Play a specific section of each video in slow motion after recording them. 



Hyperlapse: Create own time lapse video by recording at various frame rates. The frame rate will be automatically adjusted depending on the scene being recorded and the movement of the device. 



Virtual Shot: Create multi-directional views of objects. 



Food Shot: Take pictures that emphasise the vivid colours of food. 



Front Camera options:

 Selfie: Take selfie shots and apply various effects, such as an airbrushed effect. 



Wide Selfie: Take wide-angle selfie shots to fit more people into the pictures. 


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