On Thursday, Samsung unveiled its latest 200MP image sensor for smartphone cameras.
Isocell HP3 packs 200 million 0.56 micrometers __ pixels, which is 12% less than the 0.64 micrometer pixels it used for its first 200 MP image sensor. Isocell HP1, opened last year.
This reduced pixel size of Samsung’s latest innovation also allows the overall size of the camera module to be up to 20% smaller than its predecessor, said the South Korean technology giant.
Isocell HP3 also has the company’s four-phase detection technology for autofocus. Samsung says it uses the left-to-right, top-to-bottom phase differences of all 200 million pixels on the sensor.
This allows for faster և accurate focusing և clear resolution for the entire image area, the company said.
At the same time, Isocell HP3 also supports video recording at 30 frames per second in 8K և 120 frames per second in 4K resolution. 8K videos can be shot in the same field of view as the photo, said the South Korean technology giant.
The feature, called Staggered High Dynamic Range, synthesizes three frames when the photo is taken in both dark and bright areas with high contrast to make the image clearer, the company said.
Isocell HP3 now not only synthesizes low ISO և high ISO images for dark images, but also adds a medium ISO image to make the image more detailed, Samsung claims.
The image sensor also supports 14 bits and offers pixel placement of up to 16 pixels to better absorb light for photos taken in the dark.
Samsung has said that the Isocell HP3 will go into mass production this year. It is not mentioned which models of smartphones will be powered by the new sensor.
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