Join Pat Salvador for an in-depth discussion in this video Configuring camera settings, part of Up and Running with Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Edge and Note 4.
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- Your Note 4 and Note 4 Edge…come with two built-in cameras,…one at the back called the High-Definition camera,…and the other at the top-front…is primarily for selfies and videoconferencing.…Both cameras should be configured properly…before using them.…In this video we'll talk about…how to access your camera settings,…describe the functions,…and while we're in there I'll give you…some helpful tips and tricks.…Let's talk about accessing the camera functions.…To get the cameras you can either access it…from your Edge Screen,…or go to Apps, locate the camera function,…right there, and tap Camera.…
And here's our cute, little koala, Steve,…who's gonna be our subject for today's example.…Let's start by looking at the camera functions.…At the top-right we have the Settings cog.…The second option is a front and rear camera switch.…It allows you to switch from the back camera…to the front camera.…Third option here is called "HDR".…It can be turned on or off.…It's used to bring light into your picture…in a dark situation,…
- Working with the S Pen
- Accessing apps from the Edge screen
- Using Multi Window
- Managing your Wi-Fi connections
- Optimizing battery life
- Using the camera
- Customizing the Galaxy Note 4
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Using the S Pen
2. Using the Edge Screen
3. Multi Window
4. Getting the Most from Wi-Fi
5. Optimizing Your Battery
6. Using the Camera and Sharing Results
7. Customizing Your Experience
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