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Camera filter Open Camera by pressing Volume-Key Record Video Timer Switch Cameras Take a picture Camera flash Zoom in and out QLens

Camera filter

With the LG smartphone, photos can be taken with a filter, saving the need for editing afterwards. Depending on the LG model, different filters are available, including the camera filters vivid, black and white, light, dark and many more.

Android 9 (LG UX 9.0)
Step 1:  Open the  Camera -App
Step 2:  Tap on  Filter
Step 3:  Choose desired  Filter
  1. Open the Camera-App
  2. Tap on Filter
  3. Choose desired Filter

Open Camera by pressing Volume-Key

in addition to the power key, the LG smartphone's camera can also be started using the volume down key. the key mapping is disabled by default on the device. once enabled, pressing the volume down key twice can start the camera. this works both with the display on and off.

Android 9 (LG UX 9.0)
Step 1:  Open the  Settings
Step 2:  Tap on  General
Step 3:  Tap on  Shortcuts
Step 4:  Enable or Disable  Open Camera
  1. Open the Settings
  2. Tap on General
  3. Tap on Shortcuts
  4. Enable or Disable Open Camera

Record Video

In addition to taking photos, the LG smartphone can also record videos, with different video recording options depending on the model.

This guide shows how to easily record a video without any adjustments or focusing.

Android 9 (LG UX 9.0)
Step 1:  Open the  Camera -App
Step 2:  Tap on  Record
  1. Open the Camera-App
  2. Tap on Record

Timer

The LG smartphone's camera allows you to take pictures even after a short time, thanks to the self-timer, which can be set to take the picture after three, five or ten seconds.

Android 9 (LG UX 9.0)
Step 1:  Open the  Camera -App
Step 2:  Open the  Settings
Step 3:  Tap on  Timer
Step 4:  Choose desired  Timer
  1. Open the Camera-App
  2. Open the Settings
  3. Tap on Timer
  4. Choose desired Timer

Switch Cameras

Almost every LG smartphone has a front camera for selfies in addition to the main camera, which is used via the same app as the main camera and can be activated or deactivated by simply tapping the change button.

Android 9 (LG UX 9.0)
Step 1:  Open the  Camera -App
Step 2:  Tap on  Switch Camera
  1. Open the Camera-App
  2. Tap on Switch Camera

Take a picture

The LG smartphone's camera can be used to record videos and photos, and different photos can be taken using modes, filters and your own skills.

This guide shows how to focus and take a photo easily.

Android 9 (LG UX 9.0)
Step 1:  Open the  Camera -App
Step 2:  Tap the  shutter  button to take a photo
  1. Open the Camera-App
  2. Tap the shutter button to take a photo

Camera flash

Meanwhile, all newer LG smartphones have an LED flash for the camera at least on the back. the flash can optionally be switched on or off manually. a third option would be the automatic flash. here, the camera itself decides when the flash is needed or not.

Android 9 (LG UX 9.0)
Step 1:  Open the  Camera -App
Step 2:  Tap on  Flash
Step 3:  Tap again to turn on  Automatic flash
  1. Open the Camera-App
  2. Tap on Flash
  3. Tap again to turn on Automatic flash

Zoom in and out

Very few LG smartphones have an optical zoom, but every device has a digital zoom, which can be operated by wiping two fingers apart.

Android 9 (LG UX 9.0)
Step 1:  Open the  Camera -App
Step 2:  Pull two fingers apart to  zoom in
Step 3:  Pull two fingers together to  zoom out
  1. Open the Camera-App
  2. Pull two fingers apart to zoom in
  3. Pull two fingers together to zoom out

QLens

With the visual search it is possible to identify objects through services such as QLens (LG) or Google Lens, for example, if we take a sight, web page entries such as Wikipedia, alternative images and other information are displayed.

Android 9 (LG UX 9.0)
Step 1:  Open the  Camera -App
Step 2:  Open the  Settings
Step 3:  Tap on  Vision search
Step 4:  Choose between  QLens  and  Google Lens
  1. Open the Camera-App
  2. Open the Settings
  3. Tap on Vision search
  4. Choose between QLens and Google Lens

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