Smartphone Manufacturer Samsung has revealed a 200-megapixel image sensor intended for smartphone cameras. It is one of the highest resolution phone camera sensors ever made. The ISOCELL HP1 has 0.64μm pixels and can bin 16 of them at once for the equivalent of a 12.5-megapixel sensor with 2.56μm pixels.
South Korea-based smartphone manufacturer calls the HP1’s pixel-binning technology ChameleonCell. The four-by-four 12.5-megapixel setting is aimed for low-light usage, but it can capture full 200-megapixel resolution photos or use a two-by-two binning technique for 50-megapixel images.The two-by-two binning mode also lets the HP1 capture 8K video. Samsung says the new sensor can shoot 8K without cropping, although standard 8K (7,680 x 4,320) is less than 50 megapixels. Samsung is also introducing a new sensor called the ISOCELL GN5.
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