The camera of the Samsung Galaxy S7, Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge feature a career mode that was also present in the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge (with the alternatives). Now, despite the fact that the cameras of both mobile phones look very similar what is certain is that the new phone from Samsung adds a extra functionality not present in the mobile of Samsung launched in 2015.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 allows you to record with the Pro mode activated and that will allow you to manually change some parameters while recording videos. As you can already know, or if you don’t know you story, the Galaxy S7 allows you to make movies like this so that you are not faced with a phone that will not leave you indifferent.
How to record in Pro mode with the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge?
The truth is that doing so is very easy, so you will only have to enter the camera and click the MODE button, once in he chooses the So Pro and record directly with the application in this mode. Mode Pro the Galaxy S7 allows you to change the focus, white balance and shutter speed while recording video.
The values of opening (simulated), exposure and ISO will have to be configured before you can record video and can not be modified by playing, only before you start recording. Now, even if this seems little you should know that you’ll be able to apply filters on video to videos. Now, keep in mind that you will not be able to change the exposure value after you set an aperture value to custom.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, though to receive the official update of Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow with a layer of customization TouchWiz, have not received the Pro mode in the video like the Samsung Galaxy S7. Now, even so, the Galaxy S7 and Pro mode are still a little behind the Pro mode incorporating the mobile more pointers on the LG where you can even change the direction of the audio. what you’ve Already tried to record some video in Pro mode from your Galaxy S7?
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