Samsung has quite recently reported its new 50MP camera sensor, called ISOCELL GN2. It is a development of a year ago’s GN1 and accompanies greater pixels, better energy utilization and the altogether new PDAF innovation called Dual Pixel Pro.
The ISOCELL GN2 sensor’s sort size is 1/1.12″, which is the biggest in a cell phone and has 1.4μm-sized pixels for “especially itemized photos in normal settings”. Quality pictures in a low-lit climate are finished with the notable four-pixel-binning innovation, recreating a bigger 2.8μm pixel.
The new sensor additionally offers the ability to take 100MP photographs through re-masterminding the shading pixels utilizing “an astute re-mosaic calculation”, as Samsung puts it. Truly, the 100 MP photographs are three 50 MP layers in Green, Blue, and Red, and afterward overlaid, upscaled and converged to create the high-goal photo.
The new sensor is likewise Samsung’s first to bring Dual Pixel Pro – the organization’s most exceptional PDAF arrangement. Rather than parting all the red, green, and blue pixels vertically, this time, the green pixels are part corner to corner, so the top and base can peruse stage contrasts, just as the left and right sides.
The outcome ought to be quick and precise self-adjust in troublesome conditions like low-light climate or quick item. It ought to likewise address past restrictions, like identifying equal or even stripes, which means now the ISOCELL GN2 and all future Dual Pixel Pro cameras will get center lock significantly quicker.
Different specs of the Samsung ISOCELL GN2 incorporate Smart ISO Pro for making moment HDR pictures with less movement relics, and 1080p @ 480 fps or 4K @ 120 fps video recording. The organization has affirmed the sensor is now in large scale manufacturing.