Time to take pictures when using selective focus takes long

Last Update Date : Mar 22. 2018

Q : When taking pictures using selective focus mode of Galaxy S5, time to come out the taken pictures is
long. Is it normal?

A : The average time that process for output photo after taking pictures with selective focus mode is consisted
with 3’rd steps of Shooting, Processing, and Saving. In the process, a few seconds is needed and it’s
normal within 5 sec.
The time may be affected if you take photos of subjects that cannot be distinguished from the background.
Avoid unrecognizable backgrounds, such as dark shadows, or plain walls.
Additionally, Samsung has been persistently improved to shorten the processing time.

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