Beta app enables Pro Mode support
Samsung has released a new camera app in beta that lets you use Pro Mode in all four rear cameras of the Galaxy S21 Ultra. This means it is supported on both telephoto cameras, instead of being limited to just its main and ultrawide sensors. New Expert Raw App Released in South Korean Galaxy Store, but Tipster Fronttron There is an APK available to download if you want to sideload it. It looks like it is only available for S21 Ultra on devices running Android 12 for now.
The new app overcomes a limitation of the Galaxy S21 Ultra, which is that the Pro mode of its stock camera is available with only two of its four rear cameras (aka a 108-megapixel main camera and a 12-megapixel ultrawide, but 10- no- megapixel 10x telephoto or 3x telephoto). pro fashion The camera app has an advanced feature that gives you manual control over shooting elements like ISO and shutter speed and lets you shoot in RAW.
Supported in S21U running Android 12 or above.
Linear DNG 16 Bit Raw, Lossless JPEG, HDR, ISO, Shutter-Speed, EV, Manual Focus, White Balance, Histogram, UW, Wide, Tele (3x), Tele (10x) Lens pic.twitter.com/6VSuDQo9tE
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of app announcement post The Expert Raw app can shoot lossless JPEG and 16-bit Linear DNG Raw formats. gsmarena reports Both produce images that benefit from multi-frame HDR processing, but that the latter offers the flexibility you get when editing a RAW image file. Just be sure to use an app like Lightroom to edit the DNG file as regular photo apps like Google Photos will strip away its HDR and other post-processing.
We’ve contacted Samsung for more details about the app, including when it might be made available for the S21 and S21 Plus or whether its features might eventually make their way into the stock Samsung app.