Face caméra par défaut de la galaxie S10, une vue « recadrée » en t…

Face caméra par défaut de la galaxie S10, une vue « recadrée » en t…

The Galaxy S10’s front-facing camera defaults to a ‘cropped’ view in third-party apps

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de the Galaxy S10 caméra frontale utilise par défaut une vue « recadrée » dans applications tierces


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9 réflexions au sujet de “Face caméra par défaut de la galaxie S10, une vue « recadrée » en t…”

  1. The S9 does this too. When using the Instagram or Snapchat camera, it crops in to roughly match the field of view of other phones’ selfie cams because the S9 uses a wide angle selfie camera.

    I took some selfies for comparison in the following Imgur gallery. All three photos were taken at about 12 inches away from my face:

    http://imgur.com/gallery/Uyi8upB

  2. S10’s front facing camera is too wide, and would lead to unnatural perspective distortion if you tried to compose the image with your face. It crops in so you can fill the frame with your face and get a natural look.

  3. I like Galaxy phones but their performance in Snapchat and Instagram has been one of the biggest reasons people gravitate away from Android as a platform. Just the truth.

  4. Super annoying not being able to use a wider angle when taking pictures in snap/insta. Trying to take a selfie with more than one person is like eating pizza with a straw, how long so they think my arm is??

  5. This is midly frustrating for me. My sister and I use snapchat a lot, it brightens our day to send silly videos with the ridiculous filters. It’s dumb, but fun and a good time waster.

    This is a two-fold problem. Not only does Snapchat use the « cropped » camera mode and not use the sensor’s actual output, it crops further to 19:9. Holding the phone away at a normal distance barely fits your face inside the frame, and causes several filters to distort and act weird.

    It’s not the end of the world, but it shouldn’t even be an issue.

    I blame Samsung for their implementation of a « normal » selfie mode which is just wide angle cropped.

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