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 not available, swipe up or down from the center of the display then tap Camera Camera icon.
  2. To adjust flash settings, tap the Lightning Bolt icon to switch between the following:
    • On
    • Off
    • Auto
  3. To switch between front facing and rear facing cameras tap the Switch Cameras icon Switch Cameras icon.
  4. From the Default screen, swipe left or right for the following options:
    Note For general camera settings, tap the Camera Settings icon Camera Settings Icon .
    Select a Camera Option
  5. From the Default screen, swipe left or right to cycle through the available options (listed at the top of the display).
    • Auto
    • Live Focus
      Note Allows camera to capture background and subject separately.
    • Pro
      Note Manually adjusts ISO sensitivity, exposure value, white balance, and color tone.
    • Panorama
      Note Only available while using rear facing camera.
    • Super Slow-mo
      Note Captures video in slow motion.
    • AR Emoji
      Note Create emojis of yourself
    • Hyperlapse
      Note Create time lapse videos.



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).

  • Picture size
  • Video size
  • Scene optimizer
  • Timer
  • HDR (rich tone)
  • Tracking AF
  • Super Slow-mo
  • Save pictures as previewed
  • Show Palm
  • Face shape correction
  • Edit camera modes
  • Flaw detection
  • Motion photo
  • Video stabilization
  • Grid lines
  • Location tags
  • Review pictures
  • Quick launch
  • Storage location
  • Voice control
  • Floating camera button
  • Volume key function
    Note Utilizes the Volume buttons to take picture.
  • Shutter sound