Sony, the giant sensor manufacturer for smartphones, has shared new details about the future of mobile cameras. The company says smart devices will soon overtake DSLR cameras.
Sony, which has achieved great success with the camera sensors used in smartphones, believes that mobile sensors will leave DSLR cameras behind in the coming years. At a recent business event, Sony CEO Terushi Shimizu made new statements about the future of smartphone sensors.
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According to the news in Hardwarehaber, the company, which introduced the two-layer transistor pixel pixel technology, in which the photodiodes and pixel transistors in traditional CMOS sensors are divided into separate layers last year, announced that the new technology will contribute to approximately doubling saturation signal levels, expanding the dynamic range and reducing image pollution.
According to Nikkei, Sony, which specifically mentions the company’s advanced image sensor technology and artificial intelligence processing that doubles the amount of light each pixel is exposed to, says that these two features will play a big role in the targeted development.
Today, with smartphone cameras and digital cameras developing in the opposite direction for some time, the company’s new goal is not surprising.