How to take the best photos from space with the Galaxy Note 5 and S5

The Galaxy Note5 is one of the best phones Samsung has made this year.

Its curved design makes it feel like you’re actually holding a phone.

Its 2,000mAh battery packs a little faster than its predecessors.

And it looks good too.

But when you take the Note5 for a spin and it really starts to suck, it’s because Samsung has just added a new camera feature to the Galaxy S5.

The Note5 features a new wide-angle camera lens that can capture 3x more detail than the standard zoom lens and can be used for photos and videos.

This new lens will let you take great photos at the highest quality, but also let you zoom in to the corner of the frame for a more dramatic shot.

The downside is that it can only capture photos with the front-facing camera.

But Samsung is hoping that wide-angled photos can help bring more value to the phone, and with the Note 5, they’re doing just that.

The phone features an 8MP rear camera, a 16MP front camera, and a new 5MP wide-format shooter.

The new camera lets you shoot photos in low-light conditions, and it can shoot photos with low-pass filters that will help boost the quality of the photos you get.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy Note 3, and Galaxy Note 2 all had 4MP cameras.

The new lens also lets you take photos of things like your dog or a bird or a water droplet, but that’s not a thing that’s going to be common on phones this year, and the Note has no optical image stabilization.

You can shoot in 3D, though.

In this case, Samsung has added a 3D effect to the camera to make it look better in low light.

If you’re like me, you’re going to have to buy a second phone to get these two features on the same phone.

But the Note 4’s camera is more than capable of taking great photos.

The Note 5 has a 5MP camera that can be switched to the wide-array lens, and Samsung is promising that you’ll be able to shoot 3x better than your standard phone.

That’s a lot of shots, and I think it’ll be a big deal for the rest of the year.

The Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are expected to release later this year and will be the only phones to have the wide angle camera.