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Samsung Galaxy J7 max Camera review
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Samsung Galaxy J7 max Camera review – Gadmode :
Just like Galaxy J7 Pro, J7 max boasts a 13-megapixel front and rear cameras with flash. The back one has an aperture of f/1.7, while the front has an aperture of f/1.9. The major highlight in the camera department is the new Social Camera, through which users can quickly share photos to Facebook or on WhatsApp within the camera app.
The company has added some interesting face filters in the Social Camera mode, which we have seen in the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ and there are some interesting stickers as well. The app looks promising, and lets take a quick glimpse of camera application now.
Focus and shutter is accurate and quick enough to capture photos instantly. Swipe from the left on screen to view filter options. There is load of variant filters available for choices based on the requirement. Swipe from the right on screen to access various modes like Pro, Panorama, Continuous shot, HDR, Night, Mirror Selfie, Sports, Social. Pro mode has some basic options like Brightness, ISO and white balance. And its easy to adjust just by clicking on the option and choosing the various levels. Though basic, works likes charm and does not give room for any complaints. top right corner of the screen has the icon for accessing camera settings. Settings option lets you choose resolution, toggle location tag, option to quickly launch the camera by pressing Home key twice, use the volume keys to take pictures and more.
Coming to the image quality, the low aperture value plays a very important part in turning out cool pictures with great detailing and color reproductions. But then, the camera is ultra sensitive and even the tiniest amount of movement can result in blurred pictures. Here are a few pictures which were taken with the Samsung J7 Max.
Moving on to the video, the J7 Max camera can record FHD videos at 30FPS. However, since it lacks both the EIS and OIS stabilization, the videos come out a bit shaky. So you might want to use a tripod in case you lack a stable hand for recording videos.
All in all, the J7 Max camera will whip up beautiful pictures only if you are careful with it. Besides, you get the cool feature of sharing pictures in the social media or your contacts as you click them. Plus, there’s an awesome set of stickers to spice up your selfies.
Samsung Galaxy J7 Max