The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 camera is a little different from the Note 4 camera that came out last year, with its new camera that uses an SD card instead of a microSD card.

The camera is supposed to capture photos in 4K and 1080p at 30 frames per second, but you can still grab the best images with the Note 5 with a micro SD card, but the camera’s image quality isn’t nearly as good as the camera from the Samsung Galaxy 6 and Galaxy S7.

Samsung is selling the Galaxy S5 camera with a standard microSD slot that can hold up to 128GB of cards, which can fit a whopping 8,800 photos.

If you want to get the best picture quality, you’ll want to use a micro card that can be formatted to FAT32, which is just a bit bigger than the standard micro SD slot.

Here’s how to get an SD slot that supports 4K video, 1080p video, and photos: If you’re going to go for the camera with the microSD, you’re better off getting a micro USB 3.0 adapter for the card.

We’re not sure if Samsung has a full list of compatible cards, but there are some that we found, including the Samsung A9, Samsung M8, Samsung A8, and Samsung A7.

The best 4K photos You can get great 4K pictures with the Galaxy Note camera, but only if you’re willing to shell out for a microUSB card.

You can’t buy a micro-SD card that’s a full-size 16GB card, so you’ll need a card that will fit a full 16GB of storage.

Here are some of the best 4k photos we’ve gotten from the Galaxy Notes camera: A9 and M8