Yes… me being an avid iPhone user. I think the last time I had an Android device was when I was in college using a Blackberry. I used to LOVE. my Blackberry! So, converting sounded easy.. well at least I thought.
I’ve decided to document my experiences using the Note 9 for the next month. I have some fun adventures planned so I’ll be able to capture different areas, landscapes and people.
My Note 9 adventures will include: Camping in the Sonoran Desert, gold panning in the Hassayampa River Preserve, hanging out on the Beach in San Diego… and some other fun adventures along the way.
CAMERA – NOTE 9
I am absolutely having a BALL using the camera on the Note 9. It took some getting used to, but the different features that are available are completely unexpected. The iPhone was using a lot “auto” focus, which works for situations where you’re trying to take a QUICKIE photo. If you have time and some patience the Note 9 has some great features to choose from. Panorama. Pro. Live Focus. Auto. Super Slow-Mo. Ar Emoji. & Hyperlapse.
Phew – that’s a lot of options. Now which one do you choose from?
I personally liked and enjoyed the PRO feature. There’s a Manual Focus that you can select so you don’t have the fumble around and it’s a QUICKIE photo. Otherwise, I definitely liked the “Filter” option. You can select from different filters to make your photo look Breezy, Vivid, Nostalgic, Soft, Serene and you can also pick different Tones.