1. michelels72's Avatar
    The camera is awesome on the phone! However, I am finding all of the options OVERWHELMING. Does anyone have any tips for what settings to use and when?
    06-01-2013 04:52 PM
  2. Summest's Avatar
    Auto

    All of the time?
    nickgalaxys4 likes this.
    06-03-2013 12:48 AM
  3. hobbsave's Avatar
    Yep. Auto all the time.
    Another tip is to hold the shutter down for a second or so for the camera to focus then release to take the shot.

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    tohio likes this.
    06-12-2013 09:03 AM
  4. tohio's Avatar
    The camera is awesome on the phone! However, I am finding all of the options OVERWHELMING. Does anyone have any tips for what settings to use and when?
    This site has some good tips: Samsung Galaxy S4 camera guide | Reviews | CNET UK
    06-13-2013 08:10 AM
  5. Zorrion's Avatar
    This is is a bit out of pplace but does anyone have any idea how to turn the shutter sound off? i can not find this setting anywhere, it is most probs me being stupid ty. =)
    06-13-2013 02:05 PM
  6. tohio's Avatar
    This is is a bit out of pplace but does anyone have any idea how to turn the shutter sound off? i can not find this setting anywhere, it is most probs me being stupid ty. =)
    Open camera, touch Gear icon, touch Gear icon again, touch Gear icon again, scroll down and there it is.
    06-14-2013 07:05 AM
  7. Bsheedy's Avatar
    Open camera, touch Gear icon, touch Gear icon again, touch Gear icon again, scroll down and there it is.
    It depends on their carrier. I'm on Verizon and we don't have that option.
    06-14-2013 10:13 AM
  8. tohio's Avatar
    It depends on their carrier. I'm on Verizon and we don't have that option.
    If he doesn't have the option he could try SilentSnap in the Play store. Just be aware the free version has ads.
    06-14-2013 11:08 AM
  9. garublador's Avatar
    I use sport when there's plenty of light and what I'm trying to take a picture of either is or has a high chance of moving (e.g. toddler).

    The Rich Tone setting works well if you have very high light contrast. For example if you're trying to take a picture outside of something in the shade. Usually the camera adjusts and makes the light parts look good and the stuff in the shade is really dark. This mode tries to make both look good. You have to hold still for this to work.

    I use Auto for just about everything else.
    06-17-2013 05:49 PM

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