Samsung Galaxy S10 5G - Common Camera Settings

  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. For general camera settings, tap the Settings icon Camera Settings icon (upper-left in portrait orientation).
  3. From the camera screen, swipe left or right to cycle through the available options (listed at the top of the display).
    Camera Options



  1. Tap Settings.
    Tap Settings
  2. Select an option:





  • Rear video size:
    • 16.9 (1920x1080)
    • Full (2288x1080)
    • 1:1 (1440x1440)
  • Front video size:
    • 16.9 (1920x1080
    • FHD (2288x1080)
    • 1:1 (1440x1440)




Shooting Methods

Tap an option to turn on Switch on or off Switch off :

  • Voice control
  • Floating Shutter button
  • Tap screen
  • Show palm
  • Tap heart rate sensor





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




Camera Effects

  1. Tap the Effects icon.
    Effects icon
  2. Swipe left to choose a preset effect (e.g., Warm, Cool, Lolli, etc.).





Tap the Zoom icon then move the slider left or right to zoom in or out.




Scene Optimizer

Tap the Scene Optimizer icon to automatically adjusts your shots for the current scenery.




Camera Mode

To change the camera mode, swipe left or right to select an option:

  • Food
    Note Optimizes images taken of food.
  • Panorama
    Note Tap the Camera button then pan slowly in one direction.
  • Pro
    Note Manually adjust the ISO sensitivity, exposure value, white balance, and color tone.
  • Live focus
    Note Tap an object less than 20 inches away to focus on it then tap the Camera button to take a picture.
  • Auto
    Note Allows the camera to evaluate the surroundings and determine the ideal mode for the picture.
  • Super slow-mo
    Note Captures video in super slow motion.
  • Slow motion
    Note Captures video in slow motion
  • Hyperlapse
    Note Create time-lapse videos.




Switch Cameras

Tap the Camera Facing icon to switch between rear and front-facing camera.
Tap the Camera Facing Icon