TooCold, 12 Jul 2018I'm completely against overly aggressive fake OIS/EIS combo video stabilization that just look... moreOIS+EIS combo always works better than having EIS only because OIS corrects most of the shakiness and EIS doesn't have to move the frames around as hard. P20 Pro and XZ2 exihibits jitterings in low light because they only rely on EIS, while S9, OP6 and U12+ don't. The details also tend to be a bit weaker when only using EIS.
AnonD-241270, 12 Jul 2018People dont understand well: more ISO = more noise = more light = less quality = gimmick.Honestly you don't understand
More light means clarity of the picture.
when light its a dark place, the picture will show the spots were dark being illuminated and there won't be any noise. Most of the noise was coming because the picture were in a dark scene.
It's like our natural eyes mechanism, we don't see anything but how we see ??? Because the light enters our retina then we see every were
SONY has been such a let down to me...it hurts. It really hurts.
Did you know that you can only send text using one SIM on these useless dual SIM X2 devices, cause SONY decided that you only need to use one SIM for text, or that you can only use one ring tone for both SIMs on a dual SIM phone cause SONY decided that's how it should be, or that you get no OIS cause SONY decided that's how it should be.
BRAVO SONY, Bravo!
People dont understand well: more ISO = more noise = more light = less quality = gimmick.
Can wait to see the 960p super slow motion at indoors with 1080p quality!!
This is great because it shows no need for OIS that people chant for it honestly the companies who go for OIS, doesn't know how to think outside the box.
A new leak of the XZ3
Anonymous, 12 Jul 2018Aperture 1.6/1.7 like some smartphones have would be better than higher iso. My phone came... moreActually the XZ2 P has F1.8 and with the higher ISO it's better than the competition
Shanti Dope, 12 Jul 2018It's exactly why we have that much ISO Higher ISO = More light collected in the same period o... moreThat's completely wrong. Iso itself doesn't change the amount of captured light.
S E F I R O, 11 Jul 2018I'm a bit skeptical with the idea but Sony really has to improve their overall smoothness firs... moreIdk what you mean by smoothness, but videos on Xperias have always been fantastic, and it took some time for others to catch up.
Anonymous, 11 Jul 2018iso 100000000 but no OIS...It's exactly why we have that much ISO
Higher ISO = More light collected in the same period of time as compared to lower ISO
Because of more light being collected at around the same shutter time, it allows the sensor to lessen the amount of time to capture things, which inevitably also eliminates the possibility of motion blur, which the OIS is pretty much doing.
Ryan7646, 11 Jul 2018"engineered to capture detail beyond what the human eye can see"
So what's the point if the h... moreIt is to see more than what our naked eyes can see.
Most flagship smartphone cameras already can see more in the dark than our eyes can, but guess what, they're not enough either.
AnonD-510098, 12 Jul 2018Huawei P20 Pro is best at darkYeah ... Using 6s shutter even a Galaxy Pocket would do well.
Now try to record 4K at night with P20 Pro. Can't even point what's worse. The lack of EIS or much lower bitrate video ( barely pass 30Mbps, while XZ2 has almost 60Mbps)
Fearghast, 11 Jul 2018"high ISO video" :-D Oh Sony, you make best sensors, yet your own implementation always sucks.Really?? Like everyone is now using the gyro EIS that Sony has been using for years on their Xperias??
Huawei P20 Pro is best at dark
Hello Life, 12 Jul 2018I shoot Nikon.. and for the last 5 years I have never shot on ISO more than 800,no matter the ... moreYes because your nikon has more than 30mm sensor. It catches much more light than a cellphone
Next Premium will do much better ...
Motion Eye Dual 2019 is beyond your imagination.
"For still images, the camera system is able to go up to ISO51200. The description on YouTube says the XZ2 Premium is "engineered to capture detail beyond what the human eye can see". That's because human eye can only see ISO1600."
It's as wrong as saying that humans can't see more than 30 fps. A proper way would be to describe values in EV or nits, but not in ISO. Who's the source of this claim? Why to use sensivity value, which gives no real info about captured light?
I shoot Nikon.. and for the last 5 years I have never shot on ISO more than 800,no matter the light.
L:ke a MOv:e Camera SONY!