Installation of smart cameras

Just when you thought devices couldn’t get any smarter, Samsung created the first smart camera that combines all the features of an Android operating system with the advanced photo technology of a dedicated digital SLR.

Incidentally, SLR stands for Single Lens Reflex. This uses a mirror and prism system so you can see through the lens and see exactly what you are filming, while older viewfinder cameras show you an image that may be very different from what you actually shot.

Before we dive too deep, let’s be clear that this isn’t a smartphone with a really cool camera. It is actually a camera with an Android operating system. Even if you can’t make calls or text messages, you can still use Skype, surf the web, and email your photos to friends and family, or download them to your own Drop Box account.

Suffice it to say, if you’re not someone who’s a quick grasp of all this new technology, it wouldn’t hurt to give it to the guys at Geek Squad Tech Support so you can set it up so you can snap photos and enjoy yourself. all its functions without having to think about it. I will definitely do it anyway because it saves me a lot of time and nonsense.

Smart camera specifications

Anyway, the Samsung Galaxy camera we’re looking at has an impressive 16-megapixel camera and 21x optical zoom that allows you to take a wide variety of shots, from high-resolution close-ups to wide-angle shots. The compensating CMOS sensor, on the other hand, is typical of a high-end camera and not a smartphone of this size. This allows you to capture a good level of detail without losing too much sharpness due to electronic noise.

All of this is powered by a 1.4GHz quad-core processor, making even the most complex tasks quick and easy, so you can edit your photos right away before you save or email them.

The 8 GB memory gives you more than enough internal storage for your photos and videos. But if you’re filming in stupid HD or filming for a long time, you can add a microSD card for more storage space. But let’s not forget that your Samsung Galaxy camera is 3G / 4G / Wi-Fi enabled, so you can upload all your photos instantly through a service like Dropbox and keep your storage relatively free so your camera is in focus all the time is. to be as quick and efficient as possible.

The super-clear 4.7-inch HD touchscreen fills the entire back of the camera and makes it easy to use, while the camera is really fluid even with the fingertip zoom and shutter control. In the meantime, the pop-up lightning bolt is barely noticeable unless you have it on and ready to drive.

Point and click

If all you want to do is point and click with a camera that takes amazing photos, you can put this bad boy on automatic mode and let him take care of everything from getting the right exposure to the focus of facial recognition while you watch it in the Smart Pro. Mode can do. You can choose the right type of recording before you point and click on it.

Serious photography

However, if you pay for a smart camera because you are serious about photography, you will love the advanced photo software that is incredibly complicated, yet easy to use.

Organize your photos

Finally, to manage all of these photos quickly and easily, there is a Smart Content Manager that lets you organize all of your recordings into files and folders so that you can easily find and view all of your photos. Voice control is also built in so you can tell your camera to zoom, set the timer, and take photos too, so you don’t have to worry about camera shake because you pressed the button to take a photo.


It’s interesting to see a camera with all of these digital capabilities on a smartphone. But given the amount of technology they have built in, one wonders if they shouldn’t do everything they can to receive and receive calls and send text messages. However, I am sure that you will find use for these additional features soon. But avid photographers will definitely want one.