Samsung talks about its ISOCELL HM3 sensor in new video

In a recent video, Samsung reveals the secrets of the new 108MP HM3 sensor of the Galaxy S21 Ultra’s main camera.

Earlier this year, Samsung announced the new ISOCELL HM3, photo sensor 108MP arrived on the market thanks to the top of the range Galaxy S21 Ultra. Yesterday the Korean company published a video to tell the functioning of the sensor and the technologies implemented to make shots of extreme quality.

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The ISOCELL HM3 uses Pixel Binning technology, combines 9 pixels in 1 to capture maximum brightness, and offers an unprecedented quality of detail on a smartphone. Applying this technique, the overall resolution of 108MP enables super-sharp 12MP shots with 2.4-micron large pixels.

Alongside the Smart-ISO function, which deals with combining images with different exposure to balance high and low lights to the maximum and reduce the ghosting effect. Video recording is also first in the class, the HM3 allows you to reach 8K, or to make slow-motion movies in 4K at 120 frames per second or in FullHD up to 240fps. The video features a voiceover and a series of cinematics and 3D animations that show the inside of the sensor and how it works while shooting.

Samsung’s need to reveal the secrets of the new ISOCELL HM3 could coincide with the desire to implement the sensor also in the next flagships, or – as often happens – to sell it to other manufacturers.

Source: GSMArena

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