New phone camera chip from MIT to intro hardwired HDR and superiour flash photos
0. phoneArena posted on 21 Feb 2013, 02:40
Smartphone camera advancements are coming fast and furious lately, and the latest MIT research promises that things will get even better. The team created a chip that allows almost instantaneous merging of photos taken with various settings for achieving the best results on the fly...
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10. imsickwithsmartphone posted on 21 Feb 2013, 04:42 1 5
this will beat "too much hyped nokia pureview"
2. emadshiny posted on 21 Feb 2013, 02:58 2 9
i don't understand why the cameras on phones are getting so important.
are we going to capture the images from our body cells?
i think paying a lot of attention to cameras are useless.
it better to increase the software and battery abilities of phones.
5. MrJerry posted on 21 Feb 2013, 03:50 8 0
That's because I wanna capture images the way I see it and I don't wanna carry expensive camera for that all the time.
You don't like something, that doesn't mean it has not to be developed
6. cezarepc posted on 21 Feb 2013, 04:02 4 1
That's because the mass market wants great cameras on their phones. Wherever money is, that's where development and innovation booms.
7. kclgphilsbsa posted on 21 Feb 2013, 04:16 5 4
haha talking things like that because ur Xperia Z lost its camera battle..
u now want people ignore it so that they will prefer XZ haha
11. emadshiny posted on 21 Feb 2013, 09:08 1 1
Xperia Z is now among the best camera phones.
trolls like you will never understand these things.
13. kclgphilsbsa posted on 21 Feb 2013, 10:17 0 1
oh i ddnt say that XZ isnt one of the best camera phones out there..
i do know it is one of them,
i just knew you w/ some people here for defending XZ too much and putting PA into shame, calling them bias and disrespecting their techopinions particularly in cameras...
im referring to the camera battle of the best smartphones to deliver the best photos and yet XZ didnt put claim/any reasonable reigns over older models.. ur one of the defenders in the latest camera comparison here in phonearena and now ur saying to put camera in the inferior aspect of a smartphone bcoz its kinda useless..
14. kclgphilsbsa posted on 21 Feb 2013, 10:21 0 1
abt "it better to increase the software and battery abilities of phones."
camera has a lot to tell abt the software intelligence of one manufacturer.. using others lens and having software tricks and with hardware optimizations and making good pictures mean something abt the software superiority of a manufacturer :D
9. pratyushgaur.6 posted on 21 Feb 2013, 04:31 1 0
We have reached a stage where we want and expect unified digital experience. Basically a device that can do it all. It should render Digicams useless.
I remember my dad once saying to me that whats the point in having music players in your phone, phone is meant for calling and texting. You won't agree with him. ain,t it?
12. McLTE posted on 21 Feb 2013, 09:15 1 0
Phones will never render digicams useless.. may make a big dent in the small point and shoot business, but the good digital SLR cameras have no fear from the phones.
There are things you will NEVER be able to acheive with a phone camera, such as optical zoom, ultra wide angle, depth of field and control over your image.
You can bet that any advancements here are going to first appear in the bigger SLR cameras where they can afford the larger size of the new HW tech.. as the tech matures and shrinks, it'll trickle down to phones.
having said that.. this is pretty cool stuff!
3. josephnero posted on 21 Feb 2013, 03:07 4 0
bro camera on smartphones are important for some people.my brother for example he always carries his phone but is too lazy to take pics with his DSLR.he takes alot of pics and he rarely takes advantage of other aspects of his phone.so for people like him camera is so important
4. emadshiny posted on 21 Feb 2013, 03:17 0 3
true, but i think cameras are one of the minor parts of a phone.
even my N86 which is a 4year old phone still takes gorgeous pics.
these new innovations are for profit of manufacturers and only 1% of people use them regularly.
15. kclgphilsbsa posted on 21 Feb 2013, 10:25 2 0
my sister and her classmates use the camera of its xperia arc regularly.. everday new photos..
many people love to take pictures..
and as for my observation, whenever i take excellent pictures and videos with my note2, the forst thing that they will react to is the quality of such
16. D_Tech-tive posted on 21 Feb 2013, 12:38 2 0
A better camera could mean the difference in winning a lawsuit, capturing a license plate, a perpetrators face ect. Could save someones life, or prove someone innocent who other wise would be presumed guilty due to false witnesses.