1. EssFive's Avatar
    I have thus far owned two S5s (after one had an internal hardware failure). In indoor lighting, both phones were/are completely incompetent at focusing on close-up objects (like my pets). No matter what I try with tapping the screen to focus, the autofocus only brings the item into focus for a split second before completely blurring it again. It's essentially impossible to take a good photo of anything close, it's absolutely infuriating. When taking a pic of that same object with an iPhone, it comes perfectly in focus. Knowing that it CAN focus on the item, but never does so for more than a split-second makes me furious and wish there was a manual focus option.

    Does everyone have this issue? Can it be fixed with a setting? I've thus far found no third-party apps that help with it. Please help!
    07-23-2014 09:51 PM
  2. steve1279's Avatar
    Yea my camera has gotten worse over the last few weeks. It's autofocus sucks even in daylight and has been underexposing any and all images in bright daylight.
    07-23-2014 10:22 PM
  3. PhilHem610's Avatar
    Yes this happens to me, too. Autofocus on my galaxy s5 is terrible. It makes the camera unusable. Blurry pictures are the norm; tapping the screen to autofocus is like pulling the lever on a slot machine.

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    11-29-2015 09:27 PM
  4. stlfrosti's Avatar
    Me too

    Even much worse since the T-Mobile updates
    11-30-2015 09:03 AM

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