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Mastering low-light photography with the Samsung Galaxy A70s

The day has its brilliance; the night has its own secrets. A true photographer knows the right tricks with which to capture the ethereal beauty of the morning, experiment with light and shade in the high noon and play with the twilight shadows.

But when the light is low, whether indoors or outdoors, or it happens to be a moonless night, shutterbugs are often stumped. Blurry, hazy images can spoil the beautiful memory of a romantic candlelight dinner or an energetic performance of a much-loved artiste in an indoor venue. The visual beauty of a wedding muhurat in the wee hours of the morning can be marred by a camera that doesn’t capture the right emotion.

 

Most of our memories of late evening events, those shot under cloudy skies or in dense forests are dark and blurry. Not anymore. Samsung Galaxy A70s’ camera aids in extremely low-light performance improving the details and sharpness and further illuminating the picture. It has a Night Mode feature that you can use to enhance photos. It shoots a series of images under different exposure levels and then pulls maximum detail from all pictures to create an enhanced final image that is clear and bright. In addition, the Ultra-Wide camera, with its 123° viewing angle replicates the human sight and lets you capture the world as you see it, while the Live Focus lens allows for great Bokeh shots. The phone gives you great videos with 4K Ultra HD capability.

Couple it with the 4500mAh battery life that comes with super-fast charging and you have in your hands a gadget that runs round the clock. The 64MP Rear Triple Camera turns the most mundane low light shots into prize-worthy pictures that are of high quality!

Visit Samsung to buy the Galaxy A70s and get free Bluetooth earphones worth Rs.1,999.

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