There is no doubt that Samsung has built the best camera on its latest Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. Along with new notable super slow-motion option and AR Emojis, the company has added new less know “Dual Capture” feature inside the Live focus option. Let’s know how to take photos with Dual Capture mode on Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus.
The new Dual Capture Feature allows users to capture two photos in Live Focus mode (one with the focus on an object and another with wide angle background image like normal). Once you take a picture in Live Focus and Dual capture features is enabled, then your device will use Telephoto camera to take portrait mode image and main camera to take a normal photo. Are you excited to use dual capture feature? Then here’s how to use Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus Dual capture feature to take photos.
How to Galaxy S9/S9+ Dual Capture Mode to Take Photos
Note: When you use Dual capture feature with Live Focus mode, you cannot preview the normal image.
Step #1. First off, Open Camera app on your Galaxy S9 Smartphone.
Step #2. Scroll or tap on Live Focus option at the top.
Step #3. Now make sure that the Yellow Dual Capture icon is activated on your screen above the shutter button.
Step #4. Tap on the Camera icon to capture Live Focus photo.
Step #5. Once it’s captured, open the photo and tap on “Wide Angle” to see the photo in normal mode.
Step #6. To save the normal photo as new, tap on three horizontal dots at the top right corner and select “Save as new files.”
Step #7. Now tap on “Close Up” to go back to the Live Focus photo.
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This is how you can use Dual capture feature to take two pictures at the same time without making more efforts. Hope you found this feature useful! Right? If you want to share anything regarding your newer Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus, you can tell us in the comments or on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.