Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Camera Capabilities

Galaxy Note 8 Camera Review

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Camera Capabilities

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Camera Capabilities

In this review, I go over everything the Note 8’s cameras can do, their new features, how they excel, and what they’re lacking, for both photos and videos.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Display

6.3″ Quad HD+ Super AMOLED (2960 x 1440) 521 PPi
Infinity Display: a near bezel-less, full-frontal glass, edge-to-edge screen.
Default resolution is Full HD+ and can be changed to Quad HD+ (WQHD+) in Settings.
Screen measured diagonally as a full rectangle without accounting for the rounded corners.

Front Camera / Samsung Galaxy Note 8

8MP AF
F1.7 aperture
Pixel size: 1.22µm
Sensor size: 1/3.6″
Sensor ratio: 4:3
FOV: 80°
Selective Focus
Wide selfie

Rear Camera / Samsung Galaxy Note 8

Dual camera 2X
Dual OIS (Optical Image Stabilization)
Optical zoom at 2X
Digital zoom up to 10X
Live focus
Dual Capture

  • Telephoto camera

Resolution: 12MP AF
Pixel size: 1.0µm
Sensor size: 1/3.6″
Sensor ratio: 4:3
FOV: 45°
F.No (aperture): F2.

  • Wide-angle camera

Resolution: Dual pixel 12MP AF
Pixel size: 1.4µm
Sensor size: 1/2.55″
Sensor ratio: 4:3
FOV: 77°
F.No (aperture): F1.7
Pro mode
Panorama
Slow motion
Hyperlapse
Food mode
Save as RAW file

Front/Rear Camera / Note 8

HDR (High Dynamic Range)
Virtual shot
Motion photo
Filters
Live stickers
Stamps
Gridline
Location tags
Timer
Quick launch
Voice control

Video Recording / Samsung Galaxy Note 8

4K video recording at 30 fps
1080p HD video recording at 30 fps or 60 fps
720p HD video recording at 30 fps
VDIS (Video Digital Image Stabilization)
Optical zoom at 2X
Digital zoom up to 10X
High CRI LED flash
Slow motion video support for 720p at 240 fps
Hyperlapse video with stabilization
Continuous autofocus video
Face detection
Tracking AF
Take 9-megapixel still photos while recording 4K video
Playback zoom
Video location tags

By- Brent Hall

It’s also worth mentioning that I somehow forgot to talk about the waterproof part. I did do some underwater stuff and everything worked quite well. Second note, there IS a little bit of speed control with the Hyperlapse mode, from auto to 4X all the way to 32X speed, but that’s it. No other controls while in that mode. Third note: The slow motion is in fact in 720p at 240 fps.

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