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Camera: missing exposition correction

(Topic created on: 26-03-2020 01:42 PM)
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Libb
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Hi, on previous models (S9, Fold, S10) there was an option to exposition correction. I used it when I photographed a light object in the darkness etc. Now it's gone on my S20+. Is possible to turn it on or it has been removed?

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Xiaomi 14 Ultra White + Photography Kit | Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 256GB
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Libb
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I found it! you have to hold a finger on the screen outside focus and the exposure correction apprears!

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Xiaomi 14 Ultra White + Photography Kit | Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 256GB
Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro | Samsung Galaxy Buds / Buds2 / Buds2 Pro


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SmallFish
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Just let the ***** Samsung AI handle it all (badly) for you. If you get a photo that's actually in focus then you're doing it wrong too! Photo's should just be a mess of pixels with no discernible pattern or real-life representation! LIght or dark is of no consequence in world run by Samsung...

We all wrong. Samsung is right.

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Libb
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I found it! you have to hold a finger on the screen outside focus and the exposure correction apprears!

Screenshot_20200331-071354_Camera.png



Xiaomi 14 Ultra White + Photography Kit | Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 256GB
Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro | Samsung Galaxy Buds / Buds2 / Buds2 Pro


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RQP
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Apparently, it is not enough to touch the screen.  You have to touch *and hold* your finger on the screen.  Does that also affect what is in focus?  My old Droid Turbo 2 phone was so much easier.

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