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Default What features do you want updated/integrated from Samsung?

Let us start a summary of features we want from Samsung.

- Remote-Viewfinder with all functions like the camera app itself
- manual whitebalance (within Auto-Mode and easier accessing)
- manual focus
- face recognition in auto-mode

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-forced flash light in automatic mode
 
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There is manual white balance feature, but not in automatic mode.
 
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There is manual white balance feature, but not in automatic mode.
Oh hell, yes i found it. Not really easy accessible and usable. I changed my feature-request ^^

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-an API for manual control of the camera in our own apps, ex: shutter speed, Aperture, everything in "expert" mode, etc.
-time lapse option that bypasses the preview requirements. ex: time lapse with screen off to save battery
-unlimited continuous mode. ex: take pictures as fast as hardware allows and save them until the SD card is full
 
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checking for protrusions in front of the lens when camera is activated on start up or activated by apps
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Speaking of remote, how about publishing the remote protocol so we could write special purpose apps with vastly greater control than just launching a "take picture" intent.

And two new options in settings:

1) Don't start camera on power up.

2) Remember my default preference for using the sdcard, don't keep asking on every power up.
 
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Speaking of remote, how about publishing the remote protocol so we could write special purpose apps with vastly greater control than just launching a "take picture" intent.

And two new options in settings:

1) Don't start camera on power up.

2) Remember my default preference for using the sdcard, don't keep asking on every power up.
+1 for these 2
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Only owned mines for a few hours now

but

+ 1 : Don't start camera on power up., straight to dashboard would be better
+1 for some type of Focus Control

:- 30 Second Shutter Window instead of 16 seconds
:- Different Flash Modes, maybe its me but I can only see auto, Rear ,Slow Fill etc.
 
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