Let’s explore Samsung One UI 4.1 Timelapse camera feature

With the Galaxy S22 series Samsung introduced a new and improved version of camera features and capabilities. This series includes camera features that have never been seen before in any smartphone and one of all of them is the Timelapse feature.

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Timelapse is one of the best camera features that Samsung offers for the users. It is a cinematography technique in which a photographer takes a series of motionless images of the same frame at regular intervals over a set period of time, then rapidly plays through the entire sequence.

With the Timelapse feature, you can capture everything from city traffic to cloudy skies or plant growing. The purpose of capturing these shots is to create the illusion of high-speed movement, manipulating time so that the subject appears to be moving rapidly.

Moreover, Timelapse is a trendy and commonly used video format, especially for YouTubers. You can also use this format to create some cool videos for your social media accounts.

In the smartphone, when we say Timelapse, we are usually talking about Hyperlapse. Timelapse is created with the camera in an unmoving position. While Hyperlapse is essentially a timelapse where the camera moves, which is why it’s better suited for a smartphone.

Well, capturing a Hyperlapse video on a smartphone is very simple. Here are some photography tips for taking great timelapse or hyperlapse videos on your Samsung One UI 4.1 smartphone, whether it’s your first time or you’re a seasoned professional.

Samsung One UI 4.1 Timelapse

  • Open the Camera on your smartphone.
  • Now swipe on the More option.
  • On this screen, you will find Hyperlapse and click on it.
  • Recording a hyperlapse is just like recording any other video. Tap the shutter button to begin.
  • When you’re recording, you’ll see a red bar at the top of the viewfinder.
  • This shows how long the camera has been on (number on the right) vs how long the last hyperlapse will be (number on the left).
  • When you’re done, tap the shutter button again.