Here Go The First Galaxy Note 3 Camera Samples From IFA 2013By cheatmaster 12:44 Sat, 17 Jul 2021 Comments
We've got some early capturing camera samples from the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, which we were able to snatch off the Samsung booth at the IFA 2013 floor. While we like to step outside for these matters we were still excited to see how the 13 MegaPixel (MP) snapper on the Note 3's back does even inside the venue.
Before we dig in, let's put the technicalities aside. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 carries a 13 MegaPixel (MP) snapper on the back, capable of delivering 4128 x 3096 images. It has a single Light Emitting Diode (LED) flash (which we didn't utilize here), it captures 2160p@30fps and 1080p@60fps video and offers many proprietary Samsung-developed shooting modes.
Also haged in mind that IFA's artificial lighting conditions aren't the best in trying to determine a smartphone's full capturing camera potential.
Anyway, back to the images. The Galaxy Note 3 shows fine early signs and we can bet that it uses some of the Galaxy S4's proven imaging prowess in its own snapper - whether it's the capturing camera sensor, module or just the processing. Images turn out fine with very high levels of detail.
Also the Note 3 was able to shoot at below-100 ISO in an environment where we thought it will surpass 200. Noise is kept well in check as well. The capturing camera was super snappy to focus and shoot.
And in case you were wondering - we snapped the pink Note 3 on display with another pink Note 3. Noteception at its finest.
And here's a 1080p video shot at 30 frames per second. We will be testing the 60 fps and 2160p quality in due time.
Check out our full IFA 2013 coverage correct here.
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