Whenever we want to capture important moments using a smartphone, we often get confused between taking a photo or recording a video. It gets even more difficult when it comes to deciding which camera mode to use for the best output and which filter to apply post-capture. By the time you decide your preference, the moment has already passed.
In the hustle to capture more, there are chances that you might spoil the shot or miss out on the precious moment.
Say good bye to all such hassles! Thanks to the Single Take mode of Samsung smartphones.
Get up to 10 shots with a single click (depending on the lighting conditions and types of objects). It can be a combination of both photos and videos. The AI (artificial intelligence) engine identifies the ’Best Moments’ and gives you Share worthy content. The ‘Single Take’ feature is an easy and effective way to capture, especially when you have a mix of stills and action shots.
It is not only for amateur photographers but for professionals too.
• Captures both moments and actions
• Works very well for Selfies too
• Adds music automatically in Fast Forward and Bounce
• Provides up to 10 outputs
• 7 Photos (Best Moments, Filters, Smart crop)
• 3 Videos (Original, Fast Forward, Bounce)
• Generates output progressively even though capture time can go up to 10 seconds. So, you can start seeing the output one by one immediately after the shot is taken
How to use the Single Take mode?
Step 1. Open the Camera App. Tap on SINGLE TAKE mode.
Step 2. Hold the shutter button for 3-10 seconds and pan around slowly to take your best shot. The camera will automatically capture the best pictures and clips of the scene.
Step 3. After taking the shot, tap the preview thumbnail to see the optimized results of the scene.
Pictures (up to 7)
Videos (up to 3)
Single Take feature is available from One UI 2.1 for flagship S9 onwards (Galaxy S9/S9+, Galaxy S10/S10+, Galaxy S20/S20+/S20 Ultra, Galaxy A51 and Galaxy A71).
Also, check out #MonsterShot for Single Take stories on Instagram for M31s.