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Tip: To enable all features and get optimized performance, visit the Play Store to ensure you are running the latest version of Motorola Camera.
Take and share photos
Capture moments before they pass by. Open your camera in under two seconds with two twists of your phone, even from a locked screen. Your camera has features and settings that provide clearer, more detailed, and more vibrant photos.
Take a photo
1. Touch > Camera.
2. Frame your subject:
- To switch between front-facing and back-facing cameras, touch .
- To zoom, pinch in or out.
- To change the focus location, drag the focus ring.
- To change the exposure, slide the control on the focus ring to lighten or darken the shot.
3. Touch to take a photo.
- To shoot continuously, touch & hold ; your captures are counted on the shutter.
- To touch anywhere on the screen instead of using , swipe right to open settings and turn on Tap anywhere to capture.
- If the photo looks blurry, wipe the lens clean with a soft, dry cloth and retake the photo.
4. Swipe left to review your photos and videos:
- To view all thumbnails, touch the screen, then touch .
- To view photos and videos later, touch > Photos.
- You can also view photos using other photo apps you installed.
Take panoramic photos
The camera includes a Panorama mode that lets you create a single image by panning across a scene.
To take a panoramic photo:
- Swipe the viewfinder right to see settings.
- Touch > to turn on Panorama mode.
- Frame one side of the scene for your panorama.
- Touch the screen anywhere and, when prompted, slowly start panning across the scene. Keep your motion smooth and use a steady speed.
- When you reach the end of your scene, touch .
Click here for details on sharing, editing, and deleting your photos or videos.
Click here for details on transferring pictures and videos from your phone to your computer.
- Third-party cases can interfere with the camera. Try removing the case if you have image-quality issues with photos.
- Please make sure there is not a protective covering over the camera lens.
- Ensure the camera lens is clean and free from any obstructions. Take a dry cloth and gently clean the camera lens.
- Make sure your finger is not covering or shading the camera lens while taking the photo or video.
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