Samsung’s New ISOCELL Sensor that Lets You Record 480fps Super Slow-mo at 1080p

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Samsung’s upcoming twp flagships are in the pipeline: Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. Well, Samsung’s earlier flagships in “S” series was Samsung S8 and S8 Plus. Samsung’s both devices can record the Full HD videos up to the 60 frames per second which is the same for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 too.

Samsung now introduce’s its all-new ISOCELL Sensor that allows users to take more clear, sharpen and super slow-mo videos from the devices. Rumor suggest Samsung will install this Sensor in upcoming Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus which will change the complete camera experience.

The all-new ISOCELL Sensors features 3-stack fast readout sensor and Faster Auto Focus with dual Phase Detection Sensor. With advanced Phase Detecting AutoFocus using Dual Pixel and Super PD sensor, ISOCELL Fast sensors identify the distance of fast-moving objects even in low light for faster and accurate autofocusing. It allows the user to take the 1080p video capture at the 480fps.

The all-new ISOCELL Bright Sensor comes with the Tetracell technology which helps to improve the light sensitivity when you are in the low-light condition. This technology merges the four neighboring pixels and after merging it works as one big pixel.

The main advantage of this Sensor is it can provide the high resolution an great photo quality even in the very slim camera modules. They made 0.9um ISOCELL pixel sensor that helps users to take the highest quality images from the very small camera modules.

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