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Samsung has introduced a new 108-megapixel image sensor

MobiDevices – interesting magazine about technology! 12.02.2020 at 16:50

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In August of last year, Samsung introduced its first 108MP sensor ISOCELL Bright HMX, which is used in smartphones Mi Mi Mix Alpha and Note 10. Now the South Korean manufacturer has released a new generation of sensor ISMPELL Bright HM1. Osobennostyami is the industry's first sensor technology Nonacell. In addition, ISMPELL Bright HM1 (1/1,33 inch) supports Smart-ISO, HDR real-time video recording 8K at a speed of 24 fps. Nonacell is a technology, which will bring together 9 of the neighboring pixel size of 0.8 µm, and in one large size of 2.4 microns. Smart-ISO delivers bright and vibrant images by intelligently selecting the optimal ISO. The new intelligent system will automatically adjust the ISO value when shooting in different conditions, depending on the lighting. High ISO values used in low light, while low ISOs are better suited for brighter conditions. HDR in real time optimizes the exposure in challenging conditions, creating a more natural videos and pictures. Assigning the most appropriate length of exposure for each pixel, HM1 can capture scene with multiple exposures at the same time, generating the HDR image in real-time preview and capture.ISMPELL Bright HM1 support gyro electronic image stabilization and technology definition phase for fast and accurate focusing.In addition, HM1 supports a 3-fold increase, while preserving image quality. With 108 million pixel sensor can also create images with a 3x magnification with a resolution of 12 megapixels with no zoom.Dostupnosti ISOCELL Bright HM1 is currently in mass production and should be used in the smartphone Galaxy S20 Ultra, which made its debut yesterday at the event Galaxy Unpacked.