Here is all you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 “Pro” mode camera

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 holds one of the most powerful lenses in the mobile world. You can customize the camera settings which has been named as the “Pro” mode. You can get the “Pro” mode by swiping left.

The Galaxy Note 8 camera renders all the features which are required to get a perfect click. You will find many of the DSLR like specs in the Note 8 shooter. Today we have brought you an article which will give you a detailed insight of the “Pro” mode camera-



The job of an ISO is to control the camera’s light sensitivity. The more the IOS the brighter and noisier your image will be.


Shutter Speed:

As the name suggests this controls the speed of the shutter. The higher the speed of the shutter the more quickly will the camera click the image.


Color Tone:

This feature will offer a number of options. It will allow you to choose a color preset among various color presets and you can also customize some colors too. Customize it as you want it.

Once you make the changes, the system remembers it so that next time you don’t have to make the changes again.



With this option, you will be able to adjust the focus manually. If you capture a close up photo or video, in that case, let the work be done by “Auto”.



WB alters with the white balance of the captured image so that we can have bright and clear colors as per the light in the surroundings.


Exposure Compensation:

Now, this feature works when the shutter speed is in ‘Auto’ mode. The exposure compensation allows you to change the exposure when you leave the shutter speed up to the camera.


What is RAW mode?

When you shoot in RAW mode you get uncompressed and unprocessed images which are rich in color and crystal clear. The RAW files generally exceed 20MB in size.

The size of JPEG files ranges between 1MB-8MB. You can do a lot in RAW files like editing while the JPEG files make you restricted while editing the images.


What is special about JPEG files?

RAW images are unprocessed and can be noisy and dull when compared to the JPEG formats. The pictures in the JPEG format go through heavy compression and processing which includes noise reduction, color and gamma corrections, and sharpening.


You may find the RAW files to have more noise than the JPEG, this is because the smartphone camera has small sensors. Now this problem arises in dark light conditions.


Now reducing the color noise is not a big task, it can easily be dealt with a Photoshop Express which you have to log in with an Adobe account. There is another editor named Snapseed which is great at reducing the noise.

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