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Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is the latest flagship from the South Korean tech giant. Powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, a superb AMOLED with 120Hz, the telephoto 3X and 10X Zoom are absolute beauties. While the main camera and ultrawide sensor are also exceptionally decent. This phone has got one of the best cameras in the current smartphone market, know why in our Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra Camera Review.
The flagship phone has a set of quad cameras rising from the back of the phone which seems clean and clear. The primary is a 108MP giant sensor with an f/1.8 aperture. It captures 16MP shots in normal modes. Following is a 12MP Ultrawide lens with 117° FOV. The star of the show is its two telephoto lenses; 10MP 3X Telephoto and 10MP periscope 10X Optical Zoom telephoto sensor. All of the camera lenses have OIS while the ultrawide one doesn’t have that. It relies on EIS while shooting video. Talking about the video, the main sensor can shoot up to 8K 24fps.
The primary sensor is a very capable one. Even the pixel binned 16MP shots are a delight to look at. Color contrast, dynamic range, and skin tones are pretty accurate. The daylight shots look vivid, well-detailed, and pleasing. Be it human subjects or nonhumans, the main lens is capable of producing amazing outputs. Even under low light, it can do wonders with night mode turned on. Pictures in extremely dark scenarios won’t be the same though. But low-lit scenes can be captured with nice details.
The secondary ultrawide is a 12MP unit with an f/2.2 aperture. It has a FOV of 120°. In daylight, images come with a nice amount of detail The image doesn’t look too wide though. The edge distortion is well handled in daylight shots. While for low light, edge distortion is visible and it just does an okay job. With night mode, it gains in more light, and hence, images look a bit better.
The phone also houses a capable 3X Telephoto sensor with OIS. The magic kicks in while clicking Portrait shots. Outputs are par to a professional level in daylight situations. Edge detection is also very good and skin tones come naturally. The foreground and background separation are of top quality too. Samsung has also provided a post-editing feature where you can shift focus and adjust the bokeh level too. Arguably, this has to be the best portrait capturing telephoto lens among smartphones. Under low light, the portrait shots lack some details but broad daylight shots are the best.
One of the key USPs of its camera, the 10X periscope lens is no bummer here. This zoom lens can capture amazing shots and give you the vibe of using a professional camera. For faraway subjects, the 10X digital zoom camera is truly helpful. As a result, pictures come with superb details and contrast. Also, the zoom lens creates a shallow depth of field for closer subjects. The camera is also usable for videos and captures the same quality. There is no room to complain about daylight conditions. Under low light, it still does its job with a respectable amount of detail.
As a flagship, the front shooter is also of top-notch quality. You get a 32MP selfie camera that can capture amazing selfies with details and a nice dynamic range. There is also a wide option to fit more scenes into the frame. Portrait mode is also very delightful with proper edge detection. Skin tones come out natural while sometimes, warm tones can be observed more actively. Nevertheless, the front camera is great and also lets you shoot at 4K 60fps with good stabilization. Under low light, you might want to turn the night mode for better results.
There is no doubt about the quality performance of a phone of this caliber. The back setup offers you a visual treat for both pictures and videos. The main camera performs great. Also the ultrawide gives you amazing FOV pictures but takes a hit under low light. With night mode, it assists a lot to gain in more light and producing a better result.
Talking about the telephoto combos, both 3X and 10X lenses are absolute flagship levels. You get professional portrait shots from the 3X telephoto camera. While the 10X periscope is a charm from which you can easily capture faraway subjects. It can zoom max up to 100X. This same feature was available in its predecessor, Samsung S21 Ultra too. But the quality has improved a lot.
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The phone can capture up to 8K at 24fps. The footage looks great and adds a cinematic vibe with the 24fps. 4K 60fps videos also come amazing with stabilization. The dynamic range and contrast ratio are also very good. The ultrawide can also capture at the same resolution and gives you a cool FOV. Furthermore, both telephoto lenses can be used for videos too. The 3X one comes in handy in capturing portrait videos while the 10X is useful for capturing further subjects. A dedicated ultra steady mode offers extreme stability, capping the video at 1080p 60fps. One thing to note is; that there’s a slight shutter lag while capturing videos though. This was also prevailing in its predecessor.
So that was all about Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra Camera Review. How are the samples? Aren’t the portrait shots appealing? What do you think about the flagship camera performance? Do write us your thoughts in the comment section below.
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