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camera settings galaxy s5

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Hi,

Please advise on camera settings of Samsung galaxy s5.
I have rather unclear images.Also response off callers is rather slow whereas I'd like to quickly take an action picture too. Settings are default. Don't want to troubleshoot just would like your experiences with best settings or best settings for certain surroundings.

Please advise.
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There are various settings( & somewhat detailed ), that can improve your photos.
I suggest that you read:
"How to Take Better Photos with Your Galaxy S5"

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By Michael Andronico on AUGUST 1, 2014

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http://www.tomsguide.com/us/galaxy-s5-camera-tips,news-19244.html
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