Samsung’s new 1.4μm 50MP sensor guarantees sooner focusing

(Pocket-lint) – Samsung has introduced a brand new digicam sensor for telephones that adopts sooner auto-focusing and decreased power consumption.

The 1.4μm 50-megapixel Isocell GN2 sensor options Twin Pixel Professional know-how. This routinely adjusts the section of photos prime and backside, not simply left and proper – because the earlier Twin Pixel tech from Samsung. It due to this fact permits a digicam to focus way more rapidly.

The unique Twin Pixel tech makes use of two photodiodes hidden behind every pixel to immediately assess the sunshine coming from the marginally totally different left and proper angles of a picture. The section distinction between the 2 angles is then in comparison with make one, crisp picture.

Twin Pixel Professional arranges the photodiodes behind inexperienced pixels diagonally, to allow them to additionally assess the sunshine coming from the highest and backside. That approach the sensor can detect the section variations between left, proper, prime and backside immediately and alter accordingly. This enables a processor to snap to the sharpest picture extra rapidly and works extra successfully if you rotate your cellphone (for instance).

The Isocell GN2 sensor additionally provides staggered-HDR – a time-multiplexed HDR tech that guarantees wealthy particulars and vivid colors, however with as much as 24 per cent much less power consumption over former sensors.

And it sports activities Sensible ISO and Sensible ISO Professional, plus 4K 120fps video recording (1080p480).

The sensor has entered mass manufacturing already and could possibly be utilized in handsets quickly.

Writing by Rik Henderson.

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