One of the most noticed feature of the new S5, it's the camera sensor, a huge 16 MP one. This is 3 MP more than what had in 2013 Samsung Galaxy S4 and Note 3. The stakes were very high for the new camera sensor, as it must have very good details. Some folks from Mobile-review put their hands on a new Galaxy S5 and they played some time with the new camera. They say that Samsung outdone themselves, as the new camera sensor is spectacular.
Mobile-review people tested almost all camera modes, inclusive the Selective Focus, which let's you focus on a particular part of the image during or after the shoot. Planning Shoot is another interesting mode: you take multiple pictures and after it combines them, keeping the subject in ficus. Drama Shot- you can take more pictures in different positions and then you can merge them in one that shows in what different positions the object was. Another mode is HDR+, an improved version of the usual HDR.
We must notice the thing that this is a manufacturer device that they tested, so it's possible that this aren't the exact modes of the S5's camera that will be shipped on April 11th, but surely the sensor camera on the S5 will be stunning.
Check out two samples of the test: