One of the most striking features of Samsung Galaxy K zoom that makes users better while viewing Vine videos is its OIS (Optical Image Stabilizer) and 10x optical zoom that allows the users to record videos when they are distance away from the scene or subject. This is specially important for the Viners, as many good clips from Vine seem to catch the “spur of the moment” video. In addition to its simple use, this feature gives people more options and freedom in terms of what they can record.
Although users can zoom in while recording a video, however, since Vine does not allow more than six seconds long video, so it is recommended that users should first zoom-in to the scene or subject, and then record it. There are minimum two ways by which the users can zoom in to the subject.
It can be done by using the ‘zoom’ bar that appears on the screen which allows the users to control and make adjustments while they zoom-in. Once users have decided how much they need to zoom in, the Galaxy K zoom will instantly start doing it accordingly.
Moreover, the users can also make use of the volume rocker to slowly zoom in and zoom out.
The second way to do it is by using the bar, i.e volume rocker, that appears on the right side of Galaxy K zoom. Pressing it up will zoom in, while pressing it down will zoom out. This is very much similar to how we normally control the volume in our smartphones.
Furthermore, once users zoom in to the subject, they need to tap the ‘focus’ icon that appears just in the middle of the option bar. They need to tap on the subject which they need to focus, and un-tap the icon. Afterwards, tapping the screen will start recording the video.