Samsung officially launched its new foldable smartphone – Galaxy Z Fold 4 last month. The device comes with a lot of improvements over the previous model and camera improvements are among them. Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 comes with some brand new camera features, borrowed straight from the Galaxy S22 series.
For the first time, Samsung has installed a 50MP main camera on its foldable smartphone, compared to the 12MP one used on the previous model. This camera helps in both detail and low-light performance.
Simultaneously, there’s a 10MP 3x telephoto camera, which is an upgrade from the older 2x zoom. This summarizes the 30x digital zoom versus the up to 20x you used to get earlier. Lastly, there’s a 12MP ultra-wide angle camera, which produces some solid results with a lot of details.
These are the three rear-facing cameras of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 device. It also comes with two selfie cameras. There’s a 10MP shooter on the cover display and a 4MP under-display camera that’s hidden under the main screen.
Well, the quality of this 4MP USD is not so good, however, you can turn to the other 10MP sensor on the cover display for selfies. Alternatively, you can also unfold the phone and use the cover display as a viewfinder to take selfies using the main camera system at the back. It works very well.
Moving ahead, besides the great camera quality, Samsung also offers various advanced camera features for the new Galaxy Z Fold 4 smartphone. Below you can check out every Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 camera feature that will help you further enhance your photography experience.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 Camera features:
Portrait: Adjust the background of your shots for portrait photos.
Photo: Allow the camera to determine the ideal settings for pictures.
Video: Allow the camera to determine the ideal settings for videos.
More: Choose other available shooting modes. Tap Add to drag modes into or out of the shooting modes tray at the bottom of the Camera screen.
Pro: Manually adjust the ISO sensitivity, exposure value, white balance, and color tone while taking pictures.
Pro video: Manually adjust the ISO sensitivity, exposure value, white balance, and color tone while recording videos.
Single take: Capture multiple pictures and video clips from different angles.
Night: Use this to take photos in low-light conditions, without using the flash.
Food: Take pictures that emphasize the vivid colors of food.
Panorama: Create a linear image by taking pictures in either a horizontal or vertical direction.
Super slow-mo: Record videos at an extremely high frame rate for viewing in high quality slow motion. You can play a specific section of each video in slow motion after recording it.
Slow motion: Record videos at a high frame rate for viewing in slow motion.
Hyperlapse: Create a time-lapse video by recording at various frame rates. The frame rate is adjusted depending on the scene being recorded and the movement of the device.
Portrait video: Adjust the background of your shots for portrait videos.
Director’s view: Access advanced features such as locking onto a subject in view, changing between different rear camera lenses, and more.