A new camera update from Samsung for the Galaxy S22 series adds more functionality to an already feature-rich camera software. The Galaxy S22 series now has the two most crucial camera apps in Samsung’s arsenal: Expert RAW and Camera Assistant.
Astrophoto In Expert RAW
For creative professionals looking to make the most of the outstanding camera system on the Galaxy S22 series smartphones, Samsung has introduced the Expert RAW app. The Expert RAW app now offers a dedicated Astro mode to capture beautiful pictures of constellations and other nighttime sky activity. The mode can also be used as a sky guide to find nebulae, solar systems, constellations, and star groups.
The camera uses several images taken over time, utilising advanced AI segmentation and multi-frame processing based on celestial body movements to capture these surreal nighttime shots.
Multiple Exposures In Expert RAW
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You can take several pictures at once with the multiple exposure mode, and then use overlay modes to combine them into a single work of art. Amazing abstract photographs can be produced by superimposing images through this newly introduced mode. Users have to Select Special Photo from the Settings menu of Expert RAW app to access both the Astrophoto and Multiple Exposures modes.
Camera Assistant App
The Galaxy S22 series also includes a new app called the Camera Assistant in addition to the Astro and Multi-exposure modes. The app can be downloaded from either the Good Lock app or the Galaxy Store. The Camera Assistant app lets you turn off auto lens switching, auto HDR, faster shutter, and much more.
Some of the modes with the Camera Assistant app include:
- Auto HDR
- Soften Pictures
- Auto Lens Switching
- Video Recording in Phoro Mode
- Faster Shutter
- Camera Timeout
- Previews on External Displays
Currently, the updated Expert RAW and Camera Assistant apps are available for download for Galaxy S22 series handsets running One UI 5 or later versions. The apps are being introduced gradually, one region at a time, and will soon be accessible worldwide.