Use Different Camera Settings on Samsung Note 10.1

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Steps

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    We access the applications folder
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    We can do that by tapping the icon in the lower right-hand side of the home screen. We will be able to quickly find the Camera application.
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    We swipe through our applications in order to find Camera
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    We tap Camera once
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    If our device is lying flat, we pick it up to show the image
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    We will review different camera settings. On the top left-hand side of the screen, we will find quick options: front-facing camera, front- and back-facing cameras, and different various settings.
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    We tap the various settings icon
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    We will find five different icons. The first icon will be the flash. The second one will be night vision. The third one will be voice control. The fourth one will be recording. The fifth will be sharing to different social media such as DropBox, Instagram, and Facebook.
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    To close the five options, we tap the triangle
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    We will be brought back to the original menu.
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    We can tap the menu button next to the home button
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    Tapping the button will bring up "Edit quick settings", "Settings", and "Help".
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    We tap "Settings" once
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    We will find various settings that we can access and turn on and off for the photos.
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    We tap the second icon in the new menu
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    We will find video settings: different resolutions and stabilization.
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    We tap the third option
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    This will show different settings: "Location tag", "Review pics/video", "Volume key", etc.
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    To get out of the settings option, we tap the screen away from the menu
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    We tap "MODE"
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    This is the third option. We can access different modes suited to our best ability to use the camera in different environments in which we are.
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    To switch to the recording mode, we tap the recording icon located to the right
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    To simply snap a photo, we tap the camera icon
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    To focus on an object, we tap the screen
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    A white box will appear. It will turn green, and, if our sound is on, we will hear a click. When the green box appears, the camera has been focused on the object.
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    We will be able to take a photo by clicking the camera icon
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Recent edits by: Alexander Avdeev, Grimm

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