Galaxy S6 Camera Thread

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It's the same phone by all right, so I don't any reason they couldn't pass that on to us. I'm enjoying using other apps to play with, but always prefer the stock one.
That's not how camera manufacturers work ;p Sony get a lot of flak for holding back on features just to give their flagships an edge over the mid-tier products.

But yeah,always come back to stock. I learnt to deal with LG stock from just so I could use the stock camera app ha-ha.
 

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That's not how camera manufacturers work ;p Sony get a lot of flak for holding back on features just to give their flagships an edge over the mid-tier products.

But yeah,always come back to stock. I learnt to deal with LG stock from just so I could use the stock camera app ha-ha.
True enough, but last time I checked the S6 was a flagship ;o)
 

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Check out 3:14 on S6 Edge Plus, stock cam now got manual shutter speed.

http://www.phonearena.com/news/Samsung-Galaxy-Note5-hands-on_id72428
it can achieve a shutter speed as long as 10 seconds

http://www.eprice.com.hk/mobile/talk/4523/202979/1/rv/samsung-galaxy-note-5-review/
This is a Chinese review of Note5 but we also got RAW in stock cam now.
Praise the Lord.

I literally stormed the Samsung stand @mwc and asked around with loaded questions why on earth the feature and shutter limitations were still a thing in 2015. At least they listen, no?

Shutter options between 1/24000 to 10 seconds, pretty cool.
 
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Praise the Lord.

I literally stormed the Samsung stand @mwc and asked around with loaded questions why on earth the feature and shutter limitations were still a thing in 2015. At least they listen, no?

Shutter options between 1/24000 to 10 seconds, pretty cool.
I'm pretty impressed with the range in shutter speed they gave the Note 5.

1/24000 is extremely fast even by DSLR standards and is more than adequate to freeze motion.

There shouldn't be any physical differences regarding the sensors in the Note 5 and S6 so I'm hoping Samsung provides an update for us S6 users.

Do you plan on reviewing the Note 5?
 

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I'm pretty impressed with the range in shutter speed they gave the Note 5.

1/24000 is extremely fast even by DSLR standards and is more than adequate to freeze motion.

There shouldn't be any physical differences regarding the sensors in the Note 5 and S6 so I'm hoping Samsung provides an update for us S6 users.

Do you plan on reviewing the Note 5?
Yes if I get a chance to put my hands on it over here in Europe. Maybe the edge+ first.