Samsung’s 200MP Camera Sensor With Smallest Pixel Ever

Samsung’s 200MP Camera Sensor With Smallest Pixel Ever

The 200MP ISOCELL HP3 image sensor from Samsung Electronics features the smallest 0.56-micrometer (m) pixels in the industry.

According to JoonSeo Yim, Executive Vice President of the Sensor Business Team of Samsung Electronics, “Samsung has constantly led the image sensor market trend through its technical leadership in high-resolution sensors with the smallest pixels.” “Samsung will go on to provide epic resolutions beyond professional standards for smartphone camera customers with our newest and enhanced 0.56 m 200MP ISOCELL HP3.”

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Samsung's 200MP Camera Sensor With Smallest Pixel Ever

Samsung’s 200MP Camera Sensor

With the 0.56-m 200MP ISOCELL HP3 image sensor, Samsung pledges to continue to make performance improvements and introduce additional image sensors.

Samsung's 200MP Camera Sensor With Smallest Pixel Ever

The ISOCELL HP3 features 200 million pixels in a 1/1.4″ optical format, which is the size of the area captured by the camera lens, a 12% drop in pixel size over the predecessor’s 0.64m. This means that the ISOCELL HP3 can enable a 20% reduction in camera module surface area, allowing smartphone manufacturers to keep premium devices small.

Because of the Super QPD auto-focusing technology, all of the ISOCELL HP3 sensor pixels can auto-focus. Furthermore, Super QPD detects phase shifts in both the horizontal and vertical directions using a single lens that spans four nearby pixels. This allows smartphone camera users to focus faster and precisely.

The sensor allows users to capture films in 4K at 120 frames per second (fps) or 8K at 30 fps while filming 8K videos with no field of vision reduction. When paired with the Super QPD technology, users may shoot cinematic videos with their mobile devices.

Samsung’s 200MP Camera Sensor with Ultimate Low Light Experience Via ‘Tetra2pixel’

The ISOCELL HP3 also has the best low-light performance thanks to Tetra2pixel technology, which combines four pixels into one to transform the 0.56 mm 200 MP sensor into a 1.12 mm 50 MP sensor or a 12.5 mm sensor with 2.24 mm pixels by combining 16 pixels into one. Because of the technology, the sensor can simulate a large-sized pixel sensor, allowing it to record images that are brighter and more colorful even in low-light circumstances, such as inside or at night.

Samsung's 200MP Camera Sensor With Smallest Pixel Ever

The ISOCELL HP3 merges an upgraded Smart-ISO Pro function to increase the dynamic range of the mobile image sensor. To make HDR photos, the technique combines image information from the two conversion gains of Low and High ISO mode. The improved version of the technology has a triple ISO option — Low, Mid, and High — that expands the sensor’s dynamic range even more. Furthermore, the Smart-ISO Pro sensor can express pictures in over 4 trillion colors (14-bit color depth), which is 64 times more colors than the predecessor’s 68 billion (12-bit). Furthermore, by enabling staggered HDR with Smart-ISO Pro, the ISOCELL HP3 can switch between the two technologies to generate high-quality HDR photographs depending on the filming scenario.

Samsung is ready to send samples of the ISOCELL HP3 to smartphone makers, and mass manufacturing is expected to begin this year.


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