Open camera settings

Presents a menu for various sections of the Settings app related to the iPhone camera, including Video, Slo-Mo, and settings for the Photos app itself.

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This shortcut was designed to make it easier to view and tweak the camera settings on iOS before shooting – maybe you want to increase the video quality, record at 240fps vs 120fps for slo-mo, or toggle features like whether to offload images to iCloud automatically.

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AppleScript code
tell application “Shortcuts Events” run shortcut “Open camera settings” end tell

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