AnonD-914443, 31 Jan 2020Without large camera sensor it is impossible to achieve high ISO image quality.Not completely true. In extreme(!) darkness a large part of the noise is read noise, not photon noise. A sensor without read noise would perform much better in extreme darkness.
AnonD-914443, 31 Jan 2020Without large camera sensor it is impossible to achieve high ISO image quality.Without decreasing a lot that excess level of noise reduction, it is impossible for Samsung to achieve higher image quality.
Anonymous, 31 Jan 2020"The problem with that is that higher ISO equals higher noise, " Wrong, it's one of the thing... moreWithout large camera sensor it is impossible to achieve high ISO image quality.
Will be better if ISO can be adjusted manually as for DSLR cameras. Few people may want darker shots, just saying. Sensor also needs to be plenty in number and not just bigger in size. And Samsung needs to make sure the ultrawide cam can shoot in dark places properly this time.
It is impossible to to achieve higher image quality with high iso setting without large image sensor.
Will Samsung put something like 256000 ISO?
Because their phones are already awful with ISO640.
"The problem with that is that higher ISO equals higher noise, "
Wrong, it's one of the things that nearly all media websites (including some camera review websites) don't explain correctly. It's actually the opposite, a high Iso analog amplification leads to less noise in the image. Actually I am surprised how many people believe the nonsense that a high Iso analog amplification (other parameters are constant) makes noisier photos. If this would be the case, every camera would always take photos at the lowest analog amplification Iso and brighten the image digitally. But this way you actually get more noise in the photo because a high ISO analog amplification improves(!) the signal to noise ratio. The only(!) disadvantage of a high Iso analog amplification is more blown out highlights. But you don't get more noise, you get less(!) noise in the final image.