This is last smartphone camera application we will be looking at in this series on smartphone photography and will no doubt be one of the most favoured amongst the new Samsung Galaxy S II users out there!
So without further or do…
What is certainly noticeable that the layout is quite different to the likes of a HTC device. Similar functions but different layout.
Starting in the top left we can switch between the front and rear facing camera and then have the flash and settings button.
The Samsung Galaxy S II has only a single LED flash in comparison to the HTC Sensations’ 2.
The right side allows us to switch between the camera and video camera modes. The shutter/recording button then changes accordingly. See the button above and below.
The Galaxy S II has also got in the bottom right a shortcut to the gallery.
The settings menu is dependant upon whether you are in still image or video capture mode however a nice feature is you have a lot of settings that can be changed.
A nice feature is that if you press and hold the settings button you can customise 2 shortcuts on the left hand side. You can then access all these settings from within the menu, but the 2 shortcuts provide quick access.
As you can then see the video settings menu is very similar.
So all in all very similar to the other devices we have looked at. I actually think the Galaxy S II menu options are amongst the best in terms of what it offers and flexibility but the HTC Sensations main screen in the camera app looks better.