Samsung has updated its Expert RAW camera app with a few new features. First, the company adds the ability to save custom presets. You can create presets with custom shooting settings and save them for quick access later.

This is a handy addition as Expert RAW is all about giving you control over how you want to capture a scene. The app gives you granular controls over various settings like shutter speed, exposure, ISO, etc., so you can get the result you want. With the new feature, you can always have your custom presets ready to go whenever you want. Just open the camera app and start capturing.

The other new feature Samsung announced today for Expert RAW is the ability to select the aspect ratio. The app currently saves images in both RAW and JPEG formats. However, you may not always want to save two copies of the same image on your device. Thus, you can now choose the default format of your images captured with Expert RAW. The existing option to save in both formats won’t go away, though.

Samsung says it is also working on other optimizations and feature enhancements for Expert RAW. The updated app will be rolling out to compatible devices in the coming days.

RAW expert for the delayed Galaxy S20 Ultra, Note 20 Ultra and Fold 2

When Samsung announced the rollout of the Expert RAW app for the Galaxy S22 series in February, it said the Galaxy S20 Ultra, Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, and Galaxy Z Fold 2 would get it in the first half of 2022. Unfortunately, we are now in the second half of the year and the app has not yet rolled out to these three phones. The company today said users will have to wait until September for that.

Samsung further revealed that Expert RAW will not work with the Galaxy S20 Ultra’s telephoto lens. It would not have been able to produce Bayer RAW, the basis of the application’s RAW calculation. So the app will only work with the main camera and the ultra wide lens. The company didn’t mention any such limitations for the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and Galaxy Z Fold 2.

Note that Expert RAW is not compatible with vanilla and Plus models of the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S20 series, as well as the Galaxy Note 20. We will let you know when the application is deployed on the Galaxy S20 Ultra, Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, and Galaxy Z Fold 2.