Good Idea with solutions.
Something like Sony's QX-100.
Something like Rubin's Observatory 3.2GP multi mosaic module.
In my view, it is applicable if samsung use periscope like tunnel inside the body itself and make it a bit thicker between 10 to 12 mm.
4 X 150MP Multiple Bayer sensor in 4 side and a optical hub which absorb light from the outer lens and pass them through the pipeline to the dedicated quad prism to seperate data using AI.
It is applicable even by current tech.
There is also another way to do so.
use quad square shaped sensors at the center of the phone and use 2 separate battery to make the enough space available. with a bit little thicker hump.
As in the graphs, a fixed sensor with 600MP, in my opinion can be achieved by using module with magnetic attachment.
In any case it is a good idea to challenge our information, calculation and analyze situation.
Still won't be better than any 20MP camera, because of the tiny sensor and cheap optics.
Give me a really powerful and rocket fast smartphone with big battery and amazing screen plus stereo sound but without any camera. Never gonna happen sadly.
Wouldn't 1/0.57" be the same size as an APS-C sensor? Unless that's a typo or my estimation is wrong.
Dometalican, 05 Dec 2020What...the actual...freak...?
This is so unnecessary, it's pathetic. As someone said h... moreProblem is not the 108MP sensor. It is Samsung extreme noise reduction.
You need to use raw for usable print of table sized photo. While other give usable as jpeg.
Only difference between HMX and HM1 is size of pixel pitch (irrelevant at low iso [below 6400] used by phones). Both use Phase Detection AF.
Xiaomi takes better photos than Samsung, no one complained about its AF like done to S20 Ultra.
Having it in a smartphone would be quite a feat. Hoping for software improvements and a real good SoC to make use it to full extent.
This is beyond stupid now.
The smartphone market doesn't't have a native (non-bayer) 35MP+ raw 8K sensor yet but Sammy is still hell bent to produce these sensors that barely outperforms native 12MP sensors?
You have to be a idiot to think any today's SoC will support this behemoth sensor.
This is beyond stupid now.
The smartphone market doesn't't have a native (non-bayer) 35MB+ raw 8K sensor yet but Sammy is still hell bent to produce these sensors that barely outperforms native 12MB sensors?
You have to be a idiot to think any today's SoC will support
600 MP? It would be revolutionary if we could see it in 2021. Otherwise some Chinese firm will do it for sure. Maybe that's the reason why we see this news.
And it'll still have that Samsung over processed look which is horrid
Pointless waste of development money.
Nobody needs more than 50MP on a sensor as small as a phone one, I really don't know why Samsung are persisting with this.
I'm pretty sure it can't shoot higher than 150MP. In fact the processor isn't capable enough to take full advantage of the 600MP sensor.
I'm down for this hopefully whatever disadvantages this. Direction might take hopefully it will drive innovation for problem solving we didnt even imagine was possible before
Its obvious it we we stick to the tried and true and what currently "works" we will never have a by breakthroughs or changes
This is so unnecessary, it's pathetic. As someone said here, they didn't even totally succeed with their 108MP sensor completely. I wish the newest camera tech would be internal camera chips to take 64MP shots without taking shutter time instead of using quad bayer. Just an example.
We don't need more MP. We need new camera tech.