According to the information, Samsung to bring Expert RAW app support to older devices. Unfortunately, the app’s release for the Galaxy S20 Ultra, Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, and Galaxy Z Fold 2 has been delayed.
The app is capable of saving images in both RAW and JPEG formats at the same time.
Expert RAW New Highlight:
- It won’t support the telephoto lens on the Galaxy S20 Ultra
- The update will let users choose whether they want the app to store the images in RAW or JPEG only
Earlier, the South Korean giant, made a statement that the app will get support for the Galaxy S20 Ultra, Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and the Galaxy Z Fold 2 by the second half of this year. Let’s wait for the more updates.
The Expert RAW offers a wider dynamic range, letting you capture a lot more, from dark areas to bright areas, in one photo.
Various additional features enable brighter and clearer photos even in low light conditions, while the manual operation features (ISO, shutter speed, EV, manual focus, white balance, etc.) allow the photographer to directly control the camera however they want.
The photos are saved in both JPEG and RAW formats, and the RAW format can be viewed and edited using the latest apps or software that support DNG.
[Required Access Permissions]
– Camera: Used to take photos.
– Storage: Used to save photo files.