If SoC processing power was limitless I'd find it quite promising.
This is way over the top. Improve your camera software, megapixels are worthless without good software
It's an extremely common misunderstanding that small pixels must lead to worse image quality. Many people just think more pixels = less light per pixel = worse photo as if this was a physical law, it's not!
The reason why the noise of a sensor with more pixels can get worse in bad light conditions is caused by the technology of the sensor. Each pixel needs to be read out, but each pixel can't be read out perfectly due to the current technology, this causes read noise. When a pixel can't be read out perfectly, this doesn't matter when a lot of photons are captured (good light conditions or large pixel or high exposure time or good f number). But it matters a lot when only one single photon is captured (bad light conditions and small pixels and short exposure time and bad f number).
So more pixels = more noise is no physical law, it is caused by the technology we have today and in the future we will be able to measure every single photon.
Anonymous, 21 Apr 2020It is the newest one... I guess you've been living under a rock and didn't see comparison in y... moreClearly you didn't See anything about it. Crazy heat and power drain?? Nope.
Anonymous, 21 Apr 2020There is a huge difference between 6 and 11MP.
No, no tech would make a 600MP be usable even... more"No, no tech would make a 600MP be usable even on larger sensors."
No, that's definitely not true. A perfect sensor is a sensor that is able to measure every single photon that hits the sensor. When a perfect sensor is able to measure every single photon, the number of "pixels" per sensor area is irrelevant regarding noise. Nowadays camera sensors with many pixels perform worse in extreme low light conditions because small pixels make the relative contribution of read noise higher, so the sensor can't measure every single photon because there is too much read noise. In the future there will be camera sensors with zero read noise, then a high megapixel count won't lead to more noise. The only remaining source of noise will be the slightly different amount of photons that are emitted /reflected by objects every millisecond and this is completely independent of pixel size.
Anonymous, 21 Apr 2020That's only the previous 2 exynos. Not the newest one or previous ones. And those two at least... moreIt is the newest one... I guess you've been living under a rock and didn't see comparison in youtube which exynos sucks so bad compared to snapdragon
Meh, actually not impressed... I want at least double quadcell with a 16 in 4 in 1 pixel binning a.k.a. quad-quadcell or sexagintacell using a camera sensor shooting 192 MP photos reducing to better 48 MP photos and making the best, brightest and most clear 12 MP photos. And this as a minimum. I prefer the quad-nonacell or nona-quadcell (36 in 9 in 1 or 36 in 4 in 1 pixel binning respectively) using a 432 MP camera for creating even sharper 12 MP photos. But even that won't be enough. I wish to be created a triple nonacell with triple quadcell twist or quad-nona-quad-nona-quad-nonacell (46 656 in 11 664 in 1296 in 324 in 36 in 9 in 1 pixel binning) using the modest 559 872 MP sensor for really ultimate 12 MP pics which may will be acceptable for me... :-P
PS: Guys, who else thinks that this start getting ridiculous... xD
Anonymous, 21 Apr 2020S20 with f1.8 grabs more total light than s9 with f1.5.
P20 Pro was too 1/1.7 f1.8.
Comparing note 10 to s20 it doesn't really take much more light in. And half of it is software.
And even when you could see more light... It's not much.
And you are completely disregarding the fact that they gimped any light intake advantage they did have by dropping the dual aperture.
The s20 would perform much better with that dual aperture.
Anonymous, 21 Apr 20201" + 40MP = 1.8 micron.
I realized it would be more about 1.8 which is why I replied to myself saying slightly larger than 1 inch.
But even 40mp at 1.8um is still a huge upgrade to anything on any phone.
Especially with proper ois, focus, and lense.
ypcx, 21 Apr 2020Exynos also overheats and wastes battery like crazy, especially on phone standby, not just com... moreThat's only the previous 2 exynos. Not the newest one or previous ones. And those two at least slightly have an excuse why
ypcx, 21 Apr 2020samsung was at their peak with the 1.5 variable aperture, it's a ride downhill from there.
al... moreS20 with f1.8 grabs more total light than s9 with f1.5.
P20 Pro was too 1/1.7 f1.8.
As a photographer who touched hasselblad h6d 400c i can say : You will never take a photo at that mp range without tripod and peoples stoped breath. Amount of shake blur will be outstanding.
AnonD-754814, 21 Apr 2020What a comment !
You tried S20 ultra and you don't even know the ultra doesn't have 50x zoom ... moreExynos also overheats and wastes battery like crazy, especially on phone standby, not just compared to Snapdragon 865 but also compared to lower range chipsets, and YouTube is full with videos to prove it.
Are you paid by Samsung or do you just like to argue with people on internet boards because you have nothing else to do with your life?
I'm not interested in your response since I know it would not be genuine.
samsung was at their peak with the 1.5 variable aperture, it's a ride downhill from there.
also, to unveil 4x optical after your competitor has had 5x optical for a whole long year and is now at 10x, what a total shame.
no amount of sensor size or mpix increase is going to give you +1x optical.
Anonymous, 21 Apr 2020"the resolution would already drop to 6MP at 130mm. This makes pointless to use digital zoom i... moreThere is a huge difference between 6 and 11MP.
No, no tech would make a 600MP be usable even on larger sensors.
Highest sensor available is 150MP with 55mm diagonal. And none is using.
Do not forget, Samsung Imaging is years behind Sony Imaging.
All isocell are inferior to their exmor counterparts.
Even if Samsung makes it 1", pixels would be 0,3 micron.
Jaeger, 21 Apr 2020Well, I tried the Exynos S20 Ultra and compared with a S10 Lite (SD855) and the S10 Lite opens... moreWell, I wasn't lying.
In this video he showed how bad is exynos 990.
But when he tested some app at 3:30 and onwards you will see my claims are true. Exynos has faster animation and loads app faster.
If you watch practical comparison of exynos vs SD from others you'll find the same result from most of them.
With the sensor size required for that! And the amount of noise and artifacts.. Just make a 1 inch sensor with like 40mp and 2um.