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Make low light your best light.
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Capture smooth.
Dual OIS
Panorama
Hyper lapse
Hyperlapse
Pro Mode
Pro Mode
Explore our most advanced cameras yet
Galaxy Note8 | S8 | S8+
Do more with modes.
Modes
Stamps
Stamps
Food. Glorious Food Mode.
Food Mode
Live Focus
Live Focus
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Slide to zoom.
Telelens
Dust and water resistant
Waterproof
Water resistant in up to 5 feet of water for up to 30 minutes; rinse residue/dry after wet.
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How slow can you go?
Slo-Mo
AR stickers
AR Stickers

Dual Pixel Sensor lets you capture perfect images in the dark.

For photography, a lack of light can be tough. That’s why the camera in the Galaxy S8 and Note8 have a Dual Pixel Sensor to let in more light. The result? Your photos and videos come out brighter, sharper and clearer.

Captured with S8 | Note8 in low light

How it works

Dual Pixel technology is DSLR-grade. Every pixel is larger, and there’s more of them letting the camera quickly autofocus in the dark. Add in the brighter F1.7 lens and you get images you’d never expect from a smartphone.

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Get a closer close-up.

One-handed zoom is here. Slide the shoot button for 10x digital zoom on the S8, or tap for 2x optical zoom on the Note8—giving you a close-up view without the pixelation.

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Pro Mode gives
you all the control of a professional
camera.

Swipe right for Pro Mode to find all the settings you’d expect from a DSLR.

Captured with S8 | Note8 in Pro Mode

ISO sensitivity

50 - 800

ISO is a measure of the camera’s sensitivity to light. The higher the ISO, the brighter the image.

Shutter speed

1/24000 - 10

Faster shutter speeds (such as 1/24000) are better for capturing fast-moving action. Slower speeds (such as 10 seconds) are often used to make moving objects appear blurred.

White balance

2300K - 10000K

White Balance lets you manually adjust the overall color value. There are even pre-set balances so you can adjust the color with a tap.

Manual focus

Choose the point at which your camera focuses; from a few inches, to far away.

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Combat camera shake with Optical Image Stabilization.

You’re not always perfectly still when shooting. That’s when Optical Image Stabilization on the S8 goes to work and keeps things steady. The Galaxy Note8 features OIS on both 12MP rear cameras—a world first.

Dual OIS only on Galaxy Note8.

How it works

The secret for smooth, steady shots? Gyroscopes. When you mount lenses on them, they counteract any movement in your hand. So if you go one way, the lens goes the other, keeping the camera on a constant axis.

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Make portraits pop with Live Focus.

Make your subject stand out from the background with a stunning depth-of-field effect. Live Focus lets you adjust the level of background blur–live–in your viewfinder or in gallery after the photo is taken.

Live Focus only on Galaxy Note8.

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Our most advanced camera yet.

The Note8 is the world’s first smartphone with two 12MP rear cameras—both with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS). Thanks to Smart Auto Focus on the 8MP front camera, selfies will always be sharp.

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Fit more in frame.

Sometimes a standard photo just doesn’t do it. Swipe right for Panorama then pan your camera to capture up to 360°. Panorama works in both landscape and portrait orientation.

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There's a mode for every moment.

Swipe right in your camera and choose a mode to make your photos and videos pop.

Pro Mode

Pro mode gives you all the control of a professional camera. DLSR is dead.

Panorama

Pan the camera to capture a sweeping landscape. Just about everything fits in frame with Panorama Mode.

Selective Focus

Choose your focus to create a professional-looking portrait.

Slow motion

Almost everything looks better in slow mo. Shoot your video and head to the gallery and choose which section you want to slow down.

Hyperlapse

The exact opposite of slow mo, Hyperlapse speeds things up. Hit record for as long as you like, then head to the gallery and see your film flash by in seconds—time travel is now possible.

Food Mode

Food Mode enhances colors and sets the focus on your food. Simply tap the screen, position the white cursors and let the mode do the rest. Get ready to create some serious food envy.

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Capture slow, slower or slowest.

Slow Mo is made for action. Swipe right for Slow Motion and film for as long as you want. Then in gallery, select the section you want to slow down and one of three speeds: 1/2, 1/4 or 1/8.

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Add some fun to any face.

Tap the in the S8 camera app, or ‘stickers’ on Note8 to try out a range of augmented reality face lenses. Open your mouth or blink to reveal more animations and sounds. No other apps needed; the AR stickers are built into the camera.

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IP68 protection.

What’s IP68? It’s the best rating there is, which means you can use your camera in all conditions: rain, snow, or sand. You can even dunk it and take a pic underwater.* Just towel dry when you’re done.

*Water resistant in up to 5 feet of water for up to 30 minutes.

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Turn minutes into seconds.

Capturing an epic timelapse video is easy with Galaxy. Swipe right for Hyperlapse mode, choose your speed (from 4x to 32x) then record for minutes or more. Hold your camera still for the best result.

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Point, shoot and let the camera do the rest.

The Galaxy S8 is built to capture the best photo possible regardless of light, focus or motion. Just open your camera and capture the moment—no set up required.

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Put the focus on your food.

Before you dig in, swipe right in camera and tap Food Mode. It’ll make the colors mouthwatering and blur the background. Try shooting from an angle rather than directly overhead for a great effect.

Captured with S8 | Note8 in Food Mode

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Point, shoot and let the camera do the rest.

The Galaxy S8+ is built to capture the best photo possible regardless of light, focus or motion. Just open your camera and capture the moment—no set up required.

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