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15th April 2014, 03:06 AM   |  #1  
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Do I have a setting wrong or something?

Has anyone had a long camera lag only some of the time? I haven't pin pointed it down but most of the time it takes the pic instantly but others it shows a message to hold camera still till it shoots the pic. Obviously I prefer it taking it instantly so what's the deal? Is it low light situations?

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15th April 2014, 03:27 AM   |  #2  
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Do I have a setting wrong or something?

Has anyone had a long camera lag only some of the time? I haven't pin pointed it down but most of the time it takes the pic instantly but others it shows a message to hold camera still till it shoots the pic. Obviously I prefer it taking it instantly so what's the deal? Is it low light situations?

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Yes. The S5 has a combined Image Stabilization/Night mode. When it gives you that message, you'll notice a small icon in the corner with a moon, a star, and a hand, indicating that it has gone into stabilization/night mode due to lack of ambient light. You can force instant shutter by disabling image stabilization.
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15th April 2014, 03:28 AM   |  #3  
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Perfect answer thank you

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Yes. The S5 has a combined Image Stabilization/Night mode. When it gives you that message, you'll notice a small icon in the corner with a moon, a star, and a hand, indicating that it has gone into stabilization/night mode due to lack of ambient light. You can force instant shutter by disabling image stabilization.

Haha yeah when I first got my phone I was like geez this thing takes forever to take a pic. Then I Saw that setting. I was worried at first.

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Sometimes it happend to me this kind of lagg.Now there is the answer.
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