Samsung posts video from PyeongChang Games taken with Galaxy S9


The PyeongChang Olympic Games are over but Samsung has one last thing to show off. The company unveiled their Galaxy S9 and S9+ smartphones at Mobile World Congress this week and bragged about their cameras a whole lot. So as a follow-up to that, they took to Twitter and Facebook to showcase the ability of the Galaxy S9 cameras. Every year, Samsung updates their cameras, this year adding super slow-mo and better low-light performance. Take a look at the video below from the company’s Twitter post.

Good lighting is the secret to any great photo. But often, photos are taken in less-than-ideal lighting conditions and most smartphone cameras have a fixed aperture that can’t adjust to low or bright lighting environments resulting in grainy or washed out pictures. Similar to the way the iris of a human eye expands and contracts, Samsung’s Dual Aperture2(F1.5/F2.4) automatically lets in more light when it’s dark and less light when it’s too bright, taking photos that are crisp and clear.

Make every day moments epic with dynamic, slow-motion video that captures 960 frames per second. The Galaxy S9 and S9+ also offer automatic Motion Detection, an intelligent feature that detects movement in the frame and automatically begins to record – all users have to do is set up the shot. After capturing the Super Slow-mo video, users can select background music from 35 different options or add a tune from their favorite playlist. Users can also easily create, edit and share GIF files with a simple tap in three playful styles of looping to watch the action over and over again.

What do you think of the Galaxy S9 cameras? Are you excited for the new Galaxy S9 and S9+? Let us know in the comments below or on Google+, Twitter, or Facebook.


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