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S23 ultra photos oversoftened & orange tint

(Topic created on: 25-12-2023 08:51 PM)
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DamianDe
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I moved from S21u to S23u and noticed that photos are worse than on s21. It is especially visible when comparing low light photos. S23u's photos have less details, are oversoftened and are given an orange tint. I've tested it on 10x zoom during night and turned off auto lens switching in camera assistant - to test the 10x lens in harsh conditions. The weird thing is that the preview looks better and more realistic (also more similar to the photo from s21u) than the output photo. It seems like the software is more of a problem than a hardware.

Here's an example:

Output: https://imgur.com/a/VOoFy0I

Preview: https://imgur.com/a/nIFkty9

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Joeeye
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I disable all the extra processing on my S23 Ultra and the pictures are great. I'd say the S21 Ultra produces more saturated photo's but colour wise the the S23 is far more accurate. Honestly, when it comes to low light, I find the S23 Ultra has far more detail and clarity. It's a bit strange though, I find the main lens on the S23 Ultra takes more saturated photo's than the S21 Ultras main lens, but the reverse is true for their 10x lenses.
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DamianDe
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What do you mean by disabling all extra processing? I'm on default settings except auto lens switching in camera assistant which I mentioned before (to test the 10x in low light because otherwise it would use main lens)

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Joeeye
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Under Advanced intelligence options I choose Minimum. Typically the image will be far noisier but I find it retains more contrast details.