How to take pictures of moving objects on the Galaxy S21

To be honest, most cellphones these days have pretty good capabilities in taking pictures of moving objects. However, you will still get a little bit of blur in your drawing if your object is much faster or your camera is unstable.

To be honest, most cellphones these days have pretty good capabilities in taking pictures of moving objects. However, you will still get a little bit of blur in your drawing if your object is much faster or your camera is unstable.

This can not be separated from the auto-tracking feature which is currently rarely found in most cellphones, but actually there are several cellphones that do support this feature. For example, there is the Sony Xperia 1 with its eye-tracking feature or the Galaxy S21 with auto-focus tracking.

Well, if you are a Galaxy S21 user and you really want to take pictures of objects that often move like when there is a sports week or maybe a toddler who really can’t stay still. The following is how to activate the auto-focus tracking feature on the Galaxy S21:

via Guiding Tech
  1. Please open the default Samsung camera application
  2. Open the settings and scroll down until you find the Tracking Auto-focus menu
  3. Just turn it on and now your camera will keep your subject in focus no matter how often they move

Hope it is useful

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