Samsung Galaxy Note9 - Common Camera Settings

Note For additional info on camera settings, refer to the 'Camera and Video' section of the user guide.

  1. From a Home screen, tap Camera Camera icon (lower-right).
    Note If unavailable, swipe up or down from the center of the display then tap Camera Camera icon.
  2. Select an option:
    Select a camera option


Normal / Wide-Angle Lens

Tap the Normal / Wide angle switch to change between the normal and wide angle cameras.
Normal/wide angle switch





  1. Tap the Flash icon.
    Flash icon
  2. Select an option:
    • On
    • Off
    • Auto




Switch Cameras

Tap the Front/rear camera icon to switch between rear- and front-facing cameras.
Front/rear camera icon





From the default camera screen, swipe left or right to cycle through the available options (listed below the capture frame):

  • Panorama
    Note Only available while using rear facing camera.
  • Pro
    Note Manually adjust ISO sensitivity, exposure value, white balance, and color tone.
  • Live Focus
    Note Allows camera to capture background and subject separately.
  • Photo
  • Video
  • Super Slow-mo
    Note Captures video in slow motion.
  • Slow Motion
  • Hyperlapse
    Note Create time lapse videos.




Camera Settings

  1. Tap Settings.
    Settings icon
  2. Select an option then adjust any of the following as preferred:
    Note Available options vary depending on camera being used (Rear Camera or Front Camera).
    • Scene optimizer
    • Flaw detection
    • Rear picture size
    • Front picture size
    • Motion photos
    • Hold Shutter button to
      Note Change what happens when the Shutter button is held
    • Save options
    • Rear video size
    • Front video size
    • Advanced recording options
    • Super Slow-mo
    • Video stabilization
    • HDR (rich tone)
    • Tracking auto-focus
    • Grid lines
    • Location tags
    • Camera modes
    • Shooting methods
    • Quick launch
    • Quick review
    • Shutter sound