You're watching VisiHow. This is a video tutorial on the "Best photo" camera mode on the Samsung Note 10.1 (2014 Edition). We can use the "Best photo" mode with either the front- or rear-facing camera.
Open the Camera application to get started. Tap once on "Camera"
You can switch between rear- or front-facing cameras.
Now, you need to choose the mode. On the right-hand panel, you will find "Record", "Photo", and "MODE". Tap once on "MODE".
Tap on "Best photo". "Best photo" will take a series of eight photos sequentially, enabling you to choose the best photo out of several. Samsung will also mark the best photo based on the quality of the photo itself.
To begin, simply tap on the photo button. Eight photographs will be taken. Camera will give us a series of eight photos to choose. A pop-up "Best photo" message will read: "Press and hold thumbnails to select the best pictures".
Tap on "OK". Camera will show one of the eight pictures. The application will determine that it is the best-quality photo.
You can tap every photo that you like to view it. This will allow you to choose the photo that you like.
In the top right-hand corner, tap on "Save". This will save the best photo.
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