Anonymous, 04 Aug 2021What's the perfect size for a mobile camera? Pixel size ,Pixel count, aperture , senso... moreNot any of that specifically. In a way it all matters like the pieces in a puzzle. As far as I know dig up the brands camera reputation
Anonymous, 04 Aug 2021When manufacturers are talking about light, they are usually talking about light per time (for... moreWhat's the perfect size for a mobile camera?
Pixel size ,Pixel count, aperture , sensor size etc.,
Anonymous, 03 Aug 2021Wow! What logic! If its "anonymous" then immediately they are hating and know nothin... more"Wow! What logic! If its "anonymous" then immediately they are hating and know nothing!"
It seems like you can't read comments, if you think they actually have proper arguments.
"No matter how factual they are"
If you actually think they were "factual", then you need to go learn what factual means. If they actually are factual, then I will agree with them.
"or even if they are wiping the floor with a fan in denial!!"
Calling people trolls doesn't mean they are wiping the floor with them. Again this is only referring to anonymous commenters because others such as Nick, actually know what they are talking about and make solid points.
"I'm so glad you pointed out such highly logical missed points"
I'm glad that you continue to prove my point.
Sensor size, 03 Aug 2021Google said "the main wide-angle sensor now lets in 150% more light", is it possible... moreWhen manufacturers are talking about light, they are usually talking about light per time (for example Apple), which is important for getting better low light results (especially in extreme low-light conditions as multi frame noise reduction doesn't work that well in extreme low light conditions due to read noise).
For a given field of view, light per time doesn't depend on the sensor size, for a given field of view it depends only on the effective diameter of the lens. (A large sensor only makes it easier to produce lenses with a large effective diameter for a given field of view.) So the answer is: No, one can not predict the sensor size, if they are talking about light per time. The sensor size is nearly irrelevant anyway because we already know how much light per time it captures: 2.5 times as much light per time as the Pixel 5. For example that's the case, if they use a 23.9mm² sensor + f/1.1 lens or 50mm² sensor + f/1.58 lens or 60mm² sensor + f/1.73 lens or 69mm² sensor + f/1.86 lens or 72mm² sensor + f/1.9 lens or 98mm² sensor + f/2.22 lens. The low light performance of these options would be nearly identical, but the performance in perfect light conditions (or on a tripod) (base Iso) would be different regarding noise in the shadows.
But it is also possible that Google isn't talking about light per time, but about the amount of light at base Iso (without blowing out highlights), but this would tell you nothing about the low-light performance, unless you guess the f-number. The amount of light at base Iso depends on the sensor size and how prone the sensor is to blown out highlights in the raw data. Usually, different camera sensors (no matter which size) behave similar regarding blown out highlights in the raw data at base Iso, if exposure time and f-number are the same. So we neglect that. Then the sensor area would be 2.5 times as large, this would be a 60mm² sensor, but again, this would tell you absolutely nothing about the low light performance, unless you guess the f-number.
Though, if we don't neglect that factor, it could be theoretically possible (but very unlikely) that at base Iso the sensor can choose an exposure time that is 2.5 times as long without blowing out highlights, then the sensor size would be still 23.9mm², but would capture 2.5 times as much light at base Iso (and again, this would tell you nothing about the low light performance, unless you guess the f number).
AlienKiss, 04 Aug 2021Hey, not everyone is hyper obsessed with taking photos that nobody actually wants to see. I ... moreTotally agree! i was here just to check if they come with expandable memory and 3.5
Anonymous, 03 Aug 2021If you don't care about the camera, I don't see why you read an article about the Pixel 6.Hey, not everyone is hyper obsessed with taking photos that nobody actually wants to see.
I was just saying that if this phone would have had the SD card slot + 3.5mm jack, I would instantly go buy it!
I really like the design, but there's nothing else exciting about it. Nothing.
So my only options left are 2 phones : Samsung Note 20 Ultra or Sony Xperia I III.
The SD card slot is the main feature I will always ask for, and if it's not there, I instantly scratch off the buying list that model or brand.
This is why Apple, Google and most of the cheap china brands never interested me. Only Samsung and Sony for me.
JoXim, 02 Aug 2021I think becouse current Google alghoritm is way to week to process huge amounts of data from a... moreI am guessing, that Google being incharge of the world's search, having the maximum numbers of email ids, and having the Android platform, could easily be indulging in espionage, at levels that would make the CIA
Gport would get a different version, and similar technologies and processing should continue to benefit, for their versions.
Anonymous, 03 Aug 2021Nope it's confirmed it will use SAMSUNG GN1 for mainsensor and 8MP X 4.3 for Telephoto.
... moreLiterally. Nothing. Is. Confirmed. Unless. Google. Admits. It. Themselves.
Also the latest rumour says it will use a 48mp sensor for the telephoto.
Anonymous, 03 Aug 2021It's last year mid-range GN1 Sensor 1/1.31" It's 1000% confirmed by leakster... moreJust like many leakers "confirmed" Apple would release M1X-powered MacBook Pro in WWDC? You know that by the definition unofficial leakers cannot confirm any sort of information, right?
Fastest Pixel yet is not saying much. They are all performance duds.
SuuperBaka, 03 Aug 2021Any time it's an anonymous person, it's just hate. They provide no argument and just... moreWow! What logic! If its "anonymous" then immediately they are hating and know nothing! No matter how factual they are or even if they are wiping the floor with a fan in denial!!
I'm so glad you pointed out such highly logical missed points......😒😒
Anonymous, 03 Aug 2021Hate on Sony? No. People state facts about Sony slacking and Sony fans get upset.Any time it's an anonymous person, it's just hate. They provide no argument and just call Sony fans trolls but they are the ones trolling. If you're gonna criticize at least do it properly, don't spew things without understanding anything. It makes you look sad when all you do is attack the fans and not provide a proper argument.
I'm not saying Sony is perfect, but no smartphone is, it's based on preference, so choose what you want.
Anonymous, 03 Aug 2021It's literally a Exynosss 1080 with the same 5nm 4XA78 + 4XA55 with additional visual cor... moreDuh. I mean i didn't know what exactly it would be but it was easy to guess it wasn't really going to be all to custom.
Anonymous, 03 Aug 2021Good thing they smartest fastest pixel yet. Because they would have almost for certain been ly... moreIt's literally a Exynosss 1080 with the same 5nm 4XA78 + 4XA55 with additional visual core like P4XL and renamed to Tensor
Good thing they smartest fastest pixel yet. Because they would have almost for certain been lying if they said phone or Android. But duh. Of course its gonna be all that for the pixel. It would be that even if it was a stock set up of the next gen soc.
SuuperBaka, 03 Aug 2021It seem like you just hate on Sony for some reason. Always some anonymous user that comes in. ... moreHate on Sony? No. People state facts about Sony slacking and Sony fans get upset.