Samsung Launches 50MP image

Samung Launches 50MP image sensor with 8k Recording

Samsung Launches 50MP image sensor with 8K Video Recording for Smartphones

South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics on Tuesday introduced ISOCELL GN1, a new 50MP image sensor with large 1.2μm-sized pixels.

For premium video quality, the image sensor supports video recording at up to 8K resolution at 30 frames-per-second (fps).

According to the company, the GN1 brings image sensor performance to a new level with a combination of elevated light photos and DSLR-level auto-focus speeds, optimized for more dynamic picture-taking experiences.

Samsung Launches 50MP image

The GN1 brings auto-focusing with 100 million phase-detection auto-focus (PDAF) agents. Samsung’s Dual Pixel technology places side-by-side within a single pixel that can receive light from different angles for phase detection.

With all of the sensor’s active pixels working as auto-focusing agents, the GN1 aims to detect and focus onto a desired still or moving object from every corner in an instant, even in low light conditions.

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Samsung Launches a 50MP image sensor with 8K Video Recording for Smartphones.

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