1. Cool Jeff's Avatar
    It looks like the S6 camera (which is the same sensor than Note 4) is providing better details, exposure and noise levels.
    Do you think Sammy will release a software update for the Note 4 to gain all the optimization won by the S6's camera? Will the Note 4 get the RAW option too?
    03-12-2015 08:10 AM
  2. doohsun's Avatar
    I highly doubt it especially if they're planning to implement the note 5 with the same or slightly better hardware as the new S6/6 edge
    03-12-2015 09:10 AM
  3. natehoy's Avatar
    It looks like the S6 camera (which is the same sensor than Note 4) is providing better details, exposure and noise levels.
    Do you think Sammy will release a software update for the Note 4 to gain all the optimization won by the S6's camera? Will the Note 4 get the RAW option too?
    If it's the same sensor, I don't see why they wouldn't use the same driver for the Note 4 in a future release.
    03-12-2015 10:34 AM
  4. latinking91's Avatar
    The note and s6 have the same sensor but the s6 has a more better appiture I forget what's its called but its supposed to take better low light pictures. Basically the s6 is an improved camera from the note 4

    Posted via My Note 4
    03-12-2015 11:37 AM
  5. Cool Jeff's Avatar
    It's called aperture, and yes it's better for low light photos, but what I am talking about is the level of details in day light that the S6 can take and not the Note 4, I saw the photos comparison at GSMArena and the S6 for example don't smudge the trees
    03-12-2015 11:50 AM
  6. latinking91's Avatar
    I see what your saying now. But idk I hope its a software fix they can do or if its even possible because that would greatly improve pictures on the note 4.

    Posted via My Note 4
    03-12-2015 04:17 PM
  7. sparksd's Avatar
    I see what your saying now. But idk I hope its a software fix they can do or if its even possible because that would greatly improve pictures on the note 4.

    Posted via My Note 4
    Aperture is physically fixed:

    Smartphones with the widest camera apertures

    But that is not to say that Samsung could not update some of its own software to improve performance (e.g., RAW support by Samsung drivers interfacing with new API in Lollipop).
    03-12-2015 04:27 PM
  8. mountainbikermark's Avatar
    You can improve low light photos by manually setting the iso to 100 ,but it'll take a steadier hand, and metering to center or spot, depending on the subject size. An app called A Better Camera even has histogram capability to see what your setting needs are before the shot. After a little practice it becomes almost automatic.
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    03-12-2015 04:56 PM
  9. Cool Jeff's Avatar
    Here a brand new comparison between S6 and Note 4 camera Mobile-review.com Galaxy S6/S6 EDGE - ,
    Looks like in day light the Note is as good and even better than S6, for low light the Note 4 OIS struggle if I understood the translated Russian to English text, something samsung can fix with software??
    Also I didn't understand the part where he say the S6 has wide photos!? is he talking about Note 4 being 4:3 in 16mp while S6 is 16:9?
    03-13-2015 07:31 AM

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