Samsung introduced a new Good Lock module for the Galaxy S22 series in October of this year: Assistant Cameraman.
The phone is said to support HDR options and de-sharpening options. These options prevent the optical lens from using digital cropping to take pictures.
The options for video camera mode, shutter continuous shooting without delay, and camera timeout after this module is installed.
When using these options, the user’s imaging effect can be significantly enhanced when taking pictures. As a result, even a novice photographer with little to no previous experience can easily take great pictures.
Samsung recently made the official announcement that it will make this “camera artifact” available to additional models and that it will soon announce the devices that support this module and the push schedule.
Lastly, as a result, older models and models that are not flagship models will also be able to take advantage of the camera assistant that Camera Assistant has brought to the S22.