Moj, 17 Mar 2019Not happening!
Still the sensor housing would west space and than the selfie cam would dig mu... moreWe're talking about replacing 2 cameras with one. The space occupied by 2 cameras is more than my proposed camera's space.
And motor would be below both sensor and lens, a very small motor, even a 0.1W brushless would do awesome.
And there's no need to make sensor smaller than earlier. Keep in mind that the rotation point would be in middle of sensor and lens. In other words, both sensor and lens would rotate on an imaginary axis which is in middle of both...
There's no question of space wastage overall. Now coming to thickness....
Keep in mind that cameras already come in a housing. Having a rotatable one inside the stationary one will increase thickness maybe by 1mm or so. That's all.
And you replace 2 cameras with one.. a mighty good tradeoff, if you consider that you spend lesser money, save more space, etc.
Samath N8 808 owner, 17 Mar 2019The motor could be below the entire camera setup, thus not affecting thickness at all.
The ro... moreNot happening!
Still the sensor housing would west space and than the selfie cam would dig much more dipper into screen!
Also keep in mind that housing would make the actual sensor much more smaller! so much much more lower quality!
Moj, 15 Mar 2019So how big the lens would be? about 1mm? or maybe 2 mm?
todays phones are roughly 7 mm thin w... moreThe motor could be below the entire camera setup, thus not affecting thickness at all.
The rotating point should be exactly in the middle of the camera. Since motors have good torque, a very small motor would suffice.
You can have 4-5mm lens easily with a 7-8mm thickness (including protection glass).
We're already fitting good lenses, rotating won't make them bad. The motor would not be an obstruction at all.
Samath N8 808 owner, 14 Mar 2019I'm replacing 2 cameras, with 1 internally rotating camera.... try imagining this.
Why does... moreSo how big the lens would be? about 1mm? or maybe 2 mm?
todays phones are roughly 7 mm thin which in term of internal would give us a 5 mm or even less than that.
Good luck fitting any lens whit good optic ability and quality in this space!
Moj, 10 Mar 2019with today stupid trends of thiner is better wont happen!I'm replacing 2 cameras, with 1 internally rotating camera.... try imagining this.
Why does it sound more bulky to you? The way I see it, we're saving internal space as well as weight.
Many people had realized more pixels does not necessary mean better image. It is the censor size, lens capability and processing algorithm that are more important.
Kiyasuriin, 10 Mar 2019How can you bin 8 pixels together? o_OYou can get the median or mean of their values. It will be much less noisy
Anonymous, 11 Mar 2019Heh! More like 7000 bucks ;)But for 700 bucks it would be awesome phone.
xXENDER FREAKXx, 11 Mar 2019It seems like the drive towards higher megapixel count is happening again, though this time we... moreThis is going too far indeed.
If it was for a Full-Frame Pro camera, I'd say MAYBE.
But in a smartphone, with their ever-decreasing thickness and tiny sensors, this is useless. The camera will always be binning.
ProJames-CHM, 11 Mar 2019You can bin 4, 9, 16 or 25 pixels... I'd like to see him try 8. Might be the 9 binned pixels... moreIt seems like the drive towards higher megapixel count is happening again, though this time we're using a more smarter and efficient way of doing it, namely pixel binning. But if u forget about it for a moment and look at the megapixel count, don't u think that we've gone a bit too far? Sure, pixel binning does help in reducing noise, resulting in better low-light photos, but to squeeze that amount of megapixels in these small sensors? I'll just say nah man, that's definitely not the way to go
Imagine a Nokia 9 pureviev with 5x 192 Mpix lenses plus TOF camera and SD855 for lets say 700 bucks.
What about nokia n serious pure view in support 42mega pixel are nokia a 10years ahead of all technologies ..if nokia continues maybe today nokia support more than 500 mega pixel
Kiyasuriin, 10 Mar 2019How can you bin 8 pixels together? o_OYou can bin 4, 9, 16 or 25 pixels...
I'd like to see him try 8.
Might be the 9 binned pixels, but one pixel being repurposed for misleading marketing such as Pro+ Photo Info that gives additional camera info for better pictures or whatever
But 192MP at 1/2" is just useless. No way around it. Ultra noisy yay
I have just wondered what can be acheived under the team of Damian Dinning, Juha Alakarhu and the rest of the nokia imaging team for 808.
Moj, 10 Mar 2019odd pixel binding is not efficient! probably 8 would be good How can you bin 8 pixels together? o_O