The Galaxy S23 Ultra has a wonderful set of cameras. The highlight of the phone’s camera system is its 200MP main camera. However, the device suffers from shutter lag in its 200MP mode, which could lead to missed moments. However, Samsung has a solution to this problem.
Samsung has a updated version of the Camera Assistant app for the Galaxy S23 series. The Good Lock module for in-depth camera settings and customizations offers additional capture speed options for the Galaxy S23 Ultra: normal resolution and higher resolution. For normal resolution (12.5 MP), you can configure the camera app to prioritize quality, balance quality and speed, or prioritize speed. For higher resolution modes (50MP or 200MP), you can set the camera to prioritize quality or speed.
If you’re unhappy with the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s shutter lag in 200MP mode, you can use the Camera Assistant app to configure the phone to prioritize speed. This will significantly reduce the shutter lag you may notice in 200MP mode otherwise. However, this will also reduce image quality. We do not know if this option will also be offered to previous generation Galaxy smartphones.
The Galaxy S23 Ultra can capture images in 12.5MP, 50MP, and 200MP modes. And as you might expect, 12.5MP images offer the best quality thanks to multi-frame noise reduction and detail enhancement (via pixel binning). However, in some situations like daylight landscape photography, the 200MP can bring more detail to the image.
New “Camera Assistant” version for Galaxy S23 series makes all Youtuber comments about 200MP meaningless.
The new version allows you to significantly reduce the time needed to shoot and process 200 MP. Please watch my video. pic.twitter.com/rgHBEyrpvY
— Ice Universe (@UniverseIce) February 8, 2023
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