Learn in depth of all about the Galaxy S3 camera through my guide below.
The articles are based on my personal opinion and may subject to errors and mistakes. Do correct me if you found any misleading information.
I have stop updating this blog as this phone may retire from now on with new phones like Note 2 and S4 out in the market. The basics should work just fine and do enjoy the extra features that your new phone brought you.
Disclaimer: This is not a professional review and all the findings and opinions are based on my own experience only.
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Saturday, September 22, 2012
Thanks to a xda forum member (NoOneCanHelpMe) who pointed out in my xda forum thread that the compression value is higher when taking pictures using the Burst Mode, which means that the image quality is not as good as what you get when using Normal Mode with Superfine quality settings.
The image file size taken using the Burst Mode is significantly lower than Normal Mode that it is understandable for the reasoning behind it due to the amount of data required for processing for continuous shooting of 20 pictures.
Even thou this usually will not affect the average users who are not keen in pixel peeping or so, it is still worthy of a note to know.