What is Galaxy S7 camera burst mode?
Galaxy S7 camera burst mode (aka continuous high speed mode) allows you to take quick succession of photos during important moments.
You can later use the photos taken in burst mode to create animations, or select the best one.
In Galaxy S7, the maximum number of photos you can take in burst mode is 100 in one shot. In Galaxy S6, the maximum number is only 30.
After using Galaxy S7 camera burst mode, the Gallery app in Galaxy S7 can identify one of the best photo for you.
Also, Galaxy S7 camera burst mode works for both front and rear cameras.
How to access Galaxy S7 camera burst mode?
There are no settings for Galaxy S7 camera burst mode in Galaxy S7 or S7 edge.
In other words, burst mode is always enabled in Galaxy S7 and S7 edge.
The camera will take photos continuously at the maximum speed, and all burst mode photos are saved in the internal storage even if you set SD card as storage location for photos.
You can release your finger from the camera button to stop shooting at any time before the number of photo taken is less than 100.
Or, Galaxy S7 camera burst mode will stop automatically after 100 photos were taken.
How to manage Galaxy S7 camera burst mode photos?
Photos taken with Galaxy S7 camera burst mode can be managed as a group in Gallery app in Galaxy S7 or S7 edge.
If the photos were taken in burst mode, a special icon (marked as 1 as shown below)will be shown in the center of the photo. The number of photos in this burst mode shot is shown below the icon.
For example, as shown below, there are 17 photos included.
Delete all burst mode photos
If you want to delete all of the 17 photos, you can tap anywhere (for example area marked as 2 in the screenshot below) except the burst mode icon.
Then tap Delete as shown below to delete all 17 photos included in this burst mode group.
Identify the best photo in bust mode photos
If you tap the burst mode icon (marked as 1 in the screenshot above), you can then manage individual photos taken in burst mode.
As shown above, there is one photo has a crown icon. This is the photo that Gallery app believes it is probably the best one.
Of course, you can ignore such recommendations.
Edit and manage individual Galaxy S7 camera burst mode photos
You can tap the thumbnails of individual photos to edit them.
You can also delete individual photos in the burst mode group.
Create animations from Galaxy S7 camera burst mode photos
You can also create a GIF animation from the photos taken in burst mode.
When you are reviewing individual photos of a burst mode group, tap MORE button as shown above.
Then tap Animate as shown above to create a GIF animation from photos among the burst mode group.
As shown below, you can exclude any individual photos from the animation by tapping the “-” icon next to each photo.
You can also adjust the animation speed and aspect ratio of the GIF.
You can tap the play button to preview the animation.
Once you are happy with the animation, tap SAVE button as shown below to save the animation.
Why I cannot use Galaxy S7 camera burst mode?
Galaxy S7 camera burst mode works on both front and rear cameras.
But sometimes, you may find the bust mode is not working when you hold the shutter button.
The most common causes of non-working Galaxy S7 camera burst mode include:
- The light condition is not good. Galaxy S7 camera burst mode will not work when night mode is detected.
- You in some special Galaxy S7 camera modes, e.g,. selective focus mode, dual camera mode. If this is the case, you can switch back to Auto mode or Pro mode.
Can I disable Galaxy S7 camera burst mode?
Some owners of Galaxy S7 and S7 edge may find that they may launch burst mode accidentally.
But unfortunately, there are no options for you to disable burst mode in Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 edge.
If you really hate it, you may have to try third-party camera apps.
Can you use Galaxy S7 camera burst mode now? Do you know how to manage burst mode photos in Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge?
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For other guides on using Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge, please check Galaxy S7 online manual page.
For detailed Galaxy S7 how-to guides, please check Galaxy S7 how-to guides page.
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