If you need a 60-second introduction to the Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium then this video is just what you’re looking for. It starts with the Motion Eye Dual camera and how could it not when this is Sony’s first foray into double-cam shooting.
It places special focus on the low-light capabilities of the camera – it can push its ISO up to 51,200 for photos and up to 12,800 for videos. Of course, the new 12 MP black & white camera with a bright f/1.6 aperture helps too.
The camera can shoot 4K HDR videos which you can then watch on the 4K HDR screen – not many of those around. But you came here for a quick introduction, so without further ado, here’s the video:
What a load of crap. Everything they have done would still only be further enhanced by ois. And s9far they haven't proved anything. They always say it's so much better and then their fans repeat the same thing and it never is. The only reason I t...
i think the OIS is not the only way to solve the low light quality, like sony use the dual lens and chip set to improve both daylight and night quality are more efficient than OIS.
Samsung recall all the Note 7 and pay the bill for lawsuits doesn't bankrupt. So don't worry.