Common Camera Settings - Samsung Galaxy Note® 3

Note Notes:


  1. From a Home screen, tap the Camera icon Camera Icon (located at the bottom).
  2. Select an option:
    Select a Camera Option



  1. Tap the Settings icon.
    Settings Icon
  2. Select an option:




Switch Camera

Tap the Camera Facing icon to determine which camera to use (rear or front-facing).
Camera Facing Icon




More Options

  1. Tap the More Options icon.
    More Options Icon
  2. Select an option the adjust as preferred:
    • Flash (on, off, auto)
    • Image Stabilization
    • Voice Command
    • Recording Mode
    • Share




Shooting Mode

Tap Mode to select an option:
Note Mode options vary depending on the camera facing option selected.

  • Auto
  • Beauty face
  • Best photo
  • Best face
  • Sound &shot
  • Drama
  • Animated photo
  • Golf
  • Rich tone (HDR)
    Note HDR (High Dynamic Range) - Combines photos or videos taken at different exposures for one optimal photo or video.
  • Eraser
  • Panorama
  • Surround shot
  • Sports
  • Virtual tour




Photo Settings

  1. Tap the Camera icon.
  2. Select an option then adjust as preferred:
    • Photo size
    • Burst shot
    • Tap to take pics
    • Face detection
    • Metering modes
    • ISO
    • Smart stabilization
    • Save as




Video Settings

  1. Tap the Video icon.
  2. Select an option then adjust as preferred:
    • Video size
    • Video stabilization
    • Audio zoom




Camera Settings

  1. Tap the Settings icon.
  2. Select an option then adjust as preferred:
    • Location tag
    • Review pics/videos
    • Volume key
    • Timer (off, 2 sec, 5 sec, 10sec)
    • White balance
    • Exposure
    • Guidelines
    • Flash (on, off, auto)
    • Voice control
    • Contextual filename
    • Save as flipped
    • Storage (device or memory card)
    • Reset
      Note Resets all camera settings to default.




Volume key

Tap Volume keys function to select an option:
Note Allows use of the volume keys as a shortcut for camera functions.

  • Zoom 
  • Take picture
  • Record video


Camera settings