Samsung also released the Expert RAW app for the Galaxy Z Fold 3


Samsung also released the Expert RAW app for the Galaxy Z Fold 3

Samsung also released the Expert RAW app for the Galaxy Z Fold 3

Expert RAW application Samsung which is now available through Galaxy Store Available is an advanced camera app for smartphones from the Korean tech giant. This app offers more precise controls for shooting with full control over shutter speed, ISO, focus and more. Photos are recorded in RAW with this program, so they can be edited in programs like Adobe Lightroom.

According to 9to5Google, list of changes for the latest version of the Expert RAW app, including support for Galaxy Z Fold 3 Of course, Samsung announced earlier this year that support for this flagship foldable phone will be added to the mentioned application. This app is also for Galaxy S21 Ultra, Galaxy S21 Plus and Galaxy S22 is available.

Samsung’s latest version of Expert RAW improves low-light photo processing And in general, it includes other improvements to increase the quality of images. List of changes mentioned by Samsung:

  • Update of supported models (Galaxy Z Fold 3)
  • Faster image processing in low light
  • Quality improvement Image in different scenes

  • The list of devices compatible with the Samsung Expert RAW app has been determined
  • Samsung’s new camera app enables manual settings for the Galaxy S21 Ultra’s telephoto lens

It is worth noting that the Expert RAW application is still available on Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Galaxy S20 Ultra and Galaxy Z Fold 2 is not supported. If all goes according to plan, these smartphones will likely be added to Expert RAW’s list of supported devices within the next two months.

Galaxy Z Fold 3 support from v1.0.02.6 to Expert app Added RAW. Of course, this program will not magically improve the quality of the camera of this folding phone, but it will certainly increase the quality of the images recorded with the camera of this device to a significant extent.

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