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Samsung Galaxy Note10's camera Pro mode now shoots up to 30 secs, ISO 3200

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Samsung has finally upgraded the Pro Mode of the Galaxy Note10's camera app to now shoot up to ISO 3200 and up to 30 seconds.
Samsung Galaxy Note10's camera Pro mode now shoots up to 30 secs, ISO 3200
Samsung Galaxy Note10+ quad-rear cameras

Note10's Pro mode can now take longer long exposures

Note10+ rear camera UI
Note10+ rear camera UI before the Android 10/One UI 2.0 update

To recall, at the back of the Note10+ is a quad-camera setup made up of a 12MP f/1.5-2/4 dual-aperture main camera, 16MP f/2.2 123-degree ultra-wide-angle camera, 12MP f/2.1 2x telephoto camera and a VGA DepthVision camera with a dual-tone LED flash.

Originally, the Pro mode was able to allow the user to shoot with controls for Manual Focus, ISO (50-800), Aperture (f/1.5-2.4), Shutter Speed (10 seconds to 1/24000th of a second), EV (+-2), and White Balance. 
One UI 2.0's new camera app in Pro Mode
One UI 2.0's new camera app in Pro Mode

After updating the Galaxy Note10+ to Android 10 based OneUI, the camera app had several major visual UI changes. Included in these changes is the increased ISO range of 50-3200 and the longer shutter speed of up to 30 seconds to 1/24000th of a second.

This means users can now have more options when shooting low light situations with the higher maximum ISO and the longer shutter speeds.

Pro mode is only available for the rear-cameras.

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