After the disastrous run of Samsung Galaxy Note 7, Samsung took enough time to come up with Galaxy Note 8. If you forget the price tag for some time, you have to say that it looks awesome on paper. It is definitely the most powerful and feature-rich Samsung smartphone ever. The design of the phone has been admired by everyone and if Apple disappoints with iPhone 8, there are many users waiting to buy it. Samsung smartphones are always popular for their display and camera. Galaxy Note 8 has a dual camera on the rear side and both the cameras have optical image stabilization(OIS) feature.
If you have Samsung Galaxy Note 8, you will not need a DSLR camera because not only will it take crystal clear images, it will also take breath-taking videos. The most attractive feature that Samsung has put in Galaxy Note 8 is its capabilities to Record Slow Motion Video on Samsung Galaxy Note 8 which is a crazy in today’s world today. Furthermore, it would be able to take hyper lapse videos which are also popular on YouTube.Now follow the given steps to Record Slow Motion Video on Samsung Galaxy Note 8
Steps To Record Slow Motion Video on Samsung Galaxy Note 8
Step 1. Open the stock camera app provided with Note 8.
Step 2. You have to swipe the screen to pull the different modes menu. From there select “Slow Motion” option.
Step 3. Tap on the red button used to take videos and stop it when you have taken the video. Play it and you will understand the amazing slow motion video captured by Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
Similarly, there are is a mode named Hyperlapse, try that out as well. Apart from that, there are some other modes like Virtual shot and Food for snaps.
Unique Camera Features In Samsung Galaxy Note 8
If you have used iPhone, you are aware of the Bokeh Effect. Samsung has gone further to enhance this Bokeh effect with the feature named ‘Live Focus Bokeh Effect’. Therefore, it gives you the ability to tweak images with Bokeh effect as well as remove it completely after the image is taken. This is something, iPhone users cannot experience. This is done by storing the original image along with the image that has the effect.
One more feature that Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has but iPhone does not is that Dual Capture mode. It lets you take two images simultaneously with both the cameras in the rear side. One image will be close-up shot with the telephoto lens and the other will be wide-angle shot containing the entire background.