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What features on Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, and Galaxy Note9 allow me to shoot in low light?

Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, and Galaxy Note9 are capable of taking stunning photos in nearly any light, even low light. This is thanks to a combination of features, including big pixels to collect more light and wide apertures that allow more light to come in prior to taking the photo so you can get a clear shot even if it’s dark out or if you’re inside a dimly lit room. These phones also have features that reduce noise and blur, such as multiframe noise reduction, which shoots multiple frames at once and then synthesizes them into a clear photo you’ll enjoy.

In fact, when you want to take a low light photo on Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, and Galaxy Note9 cameras, you have the option of shooting in Auto mode and just tapping the shutter, knowing that your phone will be able to shoot clear photos without any extra input from you. But when you want to flex your photography skills, switch to Pro mode to play with exposure, white balance, and more to get the shot you want.

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*Dual Aperture supports F1.5 and F2.4 modes. Installed on the rear camera (Galaxy S9)/rear wide camera (Galaxy S9+).

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