[User Guide] Galaxy S23 Ultra Camera: to capture stunning images anymore


Samsung Electronics declared that the Galaxy S23 Ultra would “deliver the greatest camera experience powered by the highest performance yet” when it was unveiled at Galaxy Unpacked 2023. Samsung Newsroom tested out the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s high-end mobile camera while exploring San Francisco, where the event was performed, as fans revelled in the excitement of the first Galaxy Unpacked event held offline in three years.

Galaxy S23 Ultra comes with both ultra-wide angle and telephoto lenses

Videos shot on a smartphone are readily available on video platforms, ranging from daily vlogs to short films, demonstrating the ubiquitous and rising use of smartphone cameras in daily life.


Utilizing three different types of main rear lenses and the 3x optical zoom Telephoto Camera, the Galaxy S23 Ultra provides a wide range of shooting possibilities, including wide angle, ultra-wide angle, and even telephotography. Each of the back lenses takes and produces one-of-a-kind pictures that capture diverse moods in varied circumstances and settings. The Galaxy S23 Ultra combines the clarity and variety of functions of a digital camera superbly on a single, lightweight smartphone with a total weight of 233 grams and a 6.8-inch display.

When exploring San Francisco’s streets, Lombard Street stands out since it displays the city’s uphill and downhill streets. Photographers of any skill level can capture the distinctive atmosphere of the downtown region beautifully with the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s powerful 200 MP camera. On the Galaxy S23 Ultra, Coit Tower, which is located at the top of Telegraph Hill south of Russian Hill, appears to be nearby while being kilometres away. The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge may be seen from a little distance beyond the intersection of California Street. With just a push of a button, the Galaxy S23 Ultra vividly captured the various emotions of this picture using several points of view and lenses.


With Dual Pixel technology, the Ultra-Wide Camera and the Telephoto Camera secured high-resolution photographs with natural focusing to catch backgrounds clearly and smoothly at 12MP and 10MP, respectively. With Super Quad Pixel technology, you can quickly capture photos with razor-sharp resolution thanks to improved autofocus capabilities. Additionally, the 200MP Wide Camera’s F1.7 aperture module produces amazing image quality on a soft background.

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Ultra-High-Resolution 200MP Camera, Highest Resolution on a Smartphone Capturing the Moon

An upgraded Adaptive Pixel sensor is included with the Galaxy S23 Ultra. The resolution automatically switches to 200MP, 50MP, or 12MP depending on the quality and brightness of the landscape you wish to capture. Experience the clarity and vibrancy of 200MP ultra-high resolution with ease on a sunny day.


There is no better way to appreciate 200MP’s brilliance than to zoom in on a picture or video. When you crop an original image or video by zooming in, you frequently get pixel-broken images as a result.

Even when users trim the image, the details are sharp and clear due to the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s high-resolution pixels. Cropping a picture of a person or object against a broad natural background or taking close-up pictures, where the camera must be held extremely close to the subject, are two ways to take advantage of this high-resolution capability.


The pixel size has risen in addition to the resolution, providing a more realistic and lifelike image quality. You can feel a sense of depth and realism as though the action is taking place right before your eyes when recording films in 8K at 30FPS with the Galaxy S23 series, including the Galaxy S23 Ultra.


Thanks to an enhanced, larger OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) and VDIS, the Galaxy S23 Ultra also captures sharp, stable images free of motion jitters or blur (Video Digital Image Stabilization). By doubling the optical image stabilization (OIS) correction angle, the new model enables users to capture pictures with more steadiness and less camera shake. The OIS feature not only minimizes vibration in photographs, but also automatically stabilizes movies when recording in 8K, 4K, FHD, and HD. When recording nighttime movies, OIS also lessens vibration brought on by the user’s footfalls, resulting in steady, sharp images free of motion blur.


When using the Space Zoom feature, which allows for up to 100x zoom, this feature is useful. Thanks to the OIS function and Space Zoom, the Galaxy S23 Ultra was able to catch the craters of the moon in great detail while reducing any small movements that could have ruined the image.

Improve Your Selfie Game With Intelligent AI and Warm Tone

The front-facing camera has also been upgraded, enabling you up your selfie game in addition to the primary back cameras. The front-facing camera’s 12MP Dual Pixel and AI enhancements will add a little life to high-resolution pictures.

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The Golden Gate Bridge is the ideal backdrop for a selfie in San Francisco. Even if it was a little foggy, the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s Super High Dynamic Range (Super HDR), which is supported even for selfie photographs and videos, allowed users to express vibrant colours.



A warm tone can be added to each selfie taken with the front-facing camera on the Galaxy S23 Ultra, an improvement over earlier models that only employed a natural tone. For a totally customized and optimal selfie-taking experience, users can select several choices depending on the mood of the picture and their skin tone.


You may modify a photo’s resolution, brightness, tone, and sharpness as well as use AI to eliminate shadows, fix shaking, and edit warped edges with the upgraded photo remaster tool. By identifying the elements in a picture, including the face and the hair, the AI enhances how comprehensive a selfie is.



Nightography, you can take expertly lit photos and videos

The photography experience has been redesigned by Nightography on the Galaxy S23 Ultra. The image signal processing (ISP) that is used by all Galaxy S23 series models can reduce noise in images and videos even in low-light conditions. By working beyond the camera’s physical constraints, AI ISP enhances the detailed colour tone and image quality of images and videos by changing the data that has been saved on an image sensor.

The only light in the Palace of Fine Arts was provided by the building’s lights, therefore it was extremely gloomy inside.


Despite this, the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s Nightography skillfully captured the illumination’s finer points and the building’s lines as they appeared in the lake. When this shot was contrasted with one taken using a different smartphone, the difference was much more obvious.


Nightography not only performs effectively while taking pictures with the back camera, but it also shines brightly when taking selfies in the dark. Without any streetlights nearby, a selfie was snapped, and the image was clear and bright, capturing even the tiniest hair details.

We tried out Nightography at the square in front of the Ferry Building after transferring to a different site. Even though there was more light, it was already late at night. This posed no problem for Nightography, who made it possible to shoot an amazing selfie in the middle of the city with the lights from the nearby buildings and the streetlights in the background.

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more experience with professional cameras and expert RAW

The Expert RAW software for experts and creators on the Galaxy S23 Ultra has also been enhanced. The Galaxy S23 Ultra is unlike any other smartphone in its ability to capture and store images, allowing users to take pictures in up to 50MP with Expert RAW.


Rich colour information can be found in an original (“raw”) file that was captured with the Expert RAW program. The app directly modifies the ISO, shutter speed, focus, and other settings to get the desired mood and effect while expanding the editing options after the shoot. For completely ideal photographs, it permits the darkening of overexposed sections while bringing back the details of underexposed parts.

However, each photo is big because a raw file contains a lot of colour data. The same holds true for high-definition images and videos captured with a simple camera. The Galaxy S23 Ultra, hence the moniker Ultra, features a huge storage capacity of at least 512GB and provides the “best performance” for photographers. Users can save huge, high-resolution files with excellent usage without worrying about running out of space or losing quality.


Unique features in the Expert RAW software help improve photography skills. Users of the software have the option to take up to ten shots consecutively for great photos taken in succession. The app produces high-quality 16-bit computational raw file images. Additionally, users can snap pictures of the stars and the Milky Way in the night sky using the Astrophoto settings and Many exposures, which combine multiple photographs that were shot separately into a single picture.


The Galaxy S23 Ultra can take many images for a predetermined amount of time while using Astrophoto settings to capture the movement of stars. Astrophotography without the use of specialized equipment is now simpler than ever thanks to cutting-edge AI segmentation technology and multi-frame process editing. With Hyperlapse, users may also record breath-taking time-lapse recordings of the night sky, enhancing their ability to appreciate the amazing beauty of the night sky.


The Galaxy S23 Ultra is credited for ushering in a new, high-end smartphone era. Both amateur and professional photographers may now take advantage of the most recent advances in camera technology and expert-level capabilities, all from the comfort of their Galaxy smartphone. Previously, these functions could only be accessed with specialized equipment. Keep an eye out for additional market-defining camera innovations from none other than Galaxy.

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