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Samsung updates Galaxy A70 with Super Steady video mode

There's a pleasant news today for the Samsung Galaxy A70 users out there who loves to use their smartphones for creative shooting. The latest upgrade for this mid-range model entails better camera stability when it comes to video recording with the Super Steady feature.
Samsung updates Galaxy A70 with Super Steady video mode
Stabilized Galaxy A70 videos soon?

What to expect?

When using the Super Steady mode, Samsung claims that users will be able to take videos with less blur and shake. That's a good thing especially when you want to pack light since extra action camera or tripod won't be necessary to shoot your moving subject.

As a reminder, there are also a few limitations to this said current feature of Samsung A70. The maximum resolution is only up to 30 frames per second in 1080p. Another thing is the field of view will be lower as compared to regular EIS. When the update is already installed, the Super Steady icon will be located on the viewfinder and this can be easily accessed in Quick Settings. The Samsung Galaxy A70 becomes the second A-series phone to get this high-end feature while being highlighted in Galaxy S10 flagship models and Galaxy A80.

The update weighs a bit under 500MB and carries the common bug fixes and improvements. However, what can be prominent aside from the Super Steady mode is that they added the improvements in touch screen performance and camera stability. This software version A705FNXXU2ASF5 is only available in the Netherlands and Belgium for now. Users should take note that after installing this update there would be no downgrade to the previous version since it also comes with a new security policy.

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To know more about Galaxy A70, read here.

Source: SamMobile
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