Samsung shares the details of new camera image sensors, it may give better video exprience

The South Korean tech manufacturer Samsung has a wide lineup of good camera smartphones. Now they are planning to bring an even better camera for its Galaxy phones, which will provide an improved videography experience. In order to do that, the company is working to major implant improvements in its next-generation ISOCELL camera, especially in the direction of enriched video quality. In this regard, Samsung semiconductors have posted a blog on its official website.

Let us tell you that shooting a video requires more effort than capturing still images because the camera has to capture a total of 30 frames every single second. In the case of still images, the multi-exposure and multi-frame (HDR) technologies massively improve the image quality by capturing at least two frames and then merging them. But, it is not that easy in the case of videography because the camera has to capture a total of 60 frames for a 30 fps video.

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However, capturing this many frames in a single second increases the burden on the camera sensor, ISP, and memory, which resultantly leads to the cause of higher power consumption and temperature. For this issue, Samsung has come up with an effective solution- Nano-Photonics Color Routing. In this scheme, the company will improve light sensitivity, luminance range, dynamic range, and depth sensing, which will help to provide better video quality.

Besides, for an improved dynamic range of videos, they will launch the smartphone camera with an in-sensor, single-exposure HDR technology. They are also planning to bring the upcoming camera sensors with 16-bit HDR, while the current one has 12-bit HDR. Notably, they will also provide an iToF depth sensor along with an integrated ISP, which will help to improve the quality of portrait videos. This technology will also help to resolve the higher power consumption and temperature issues.

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For extended information, all of these technologies will arrive in the year 2023 or 2024; the exact time is not known yet. We are expecting these technologies to come with Samsung’s future flagships, such as Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S25. These will surely bring major improvements in the camera quality, specifically for videography.

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