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Moon. S22 Ultra 100×

(Topic created on: 10-06-2022 09:31 AM)
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sirAdsi
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Night moon


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Gray moon in the night


I saw a post of a moon picture with 100× few days back and it came across my mind that I could take such a picture too. Gave it a go this night and that's 👌
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Glenntech
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It's an amazing piece of technology
You can get slightly sharper photos if you use a secure base like a tripod.
Perfect opportunity to use the S Pen as a remote shutter button as well

The cameras and software are amazing to have the ability to capture images like this
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leicesterMan
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Try this
Iso to 400
Speed to 30 or 31
In pro mode, you need to be extremely steady or place phone in stand, point to the night sky and see the results, also wait until its a clear night sky , you'll see the night sky completely different 👌Screenshot_20220610-090059_Camera_169978_1654848410.jpg
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Glenntech
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Pro mode is great on the S22 Ultra.
I used pro mode and my telescope to capture the views in my post.
Love the cameras on the phone

https://eu.community.samsung.com/t5/galaxy-s22-series/s22-ultra-astrophotography/td-p/5199371
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leicesterMan
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That's brilliant, have seen any UFOs 🛸
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Reg Danny
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I'm really sorry to sound horrible. I just find them to be terrible pictures. Even for a phone camera. If this was taken with a s22 snapdragon type ultra, it would be so much sharper and clear.

 

Samsung are con artist and should be sued for false advertisement. We should all have snapdragon chips.

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sirAdsi
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Cool. I'll try that one of these days. I have a tripod stand too. 👍
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sirAdsi
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Cool. Will give this a try too. I saw more options - Telephoto and Super Telephoto. Thanks
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sirAdsi
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Sounds like Pro mode is the way... I haven't really explored that.
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Glenntech
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Does not matter what chipset the phone has.
Same camera and same software
I dare say that with better sky conditions a sharper photo would have been possible handheld.
This is obviously not edited while others will be.
Only thing with the processor is the speed at which the photo gets saved.
Bit of a silly argument to try and make.
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