The more savvy users know that the megapixels of a camera are not necessarily indicative of the...
2020-04-24 10:22:53
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Samsung 600MP to cameras, better human eye

It will take really?

The more savvy users know that the megapixels of a camera are not necessarily indicative of the quality of the photos. There are a large number of variables to be taken into account, starting from the pixel size, passing through the focal opening and the goodness of the software. Like Google, Sony and Apple, Samsung is also one of the companies engaged in research in this field, and is preparing to face the challenges of the future with an already fairly clear strategy.
The Korean giant made it known that he placed among the objectives the development of 600 megapixel cameras as well. Samsung want it over with its optical resolution perceived by the human eye, which is estimated as comparable to 500MP. As we said, the only resolution is not, however, a decisive factor. The idea would then be to reach a value higher than the perception of the human eye, while continuing to work on all the other elements. This would allow to constantly increase the quality of cameras mounted on the company's smartphone, consolidating the perception by the public brand.
Samsung points out photographs, videos and simple selfies are now part of everyday life for millions of people around the world. The sub camera of smartphones is therefore one of the most important elements for a large number of buyers, and it is right to continue to invest in its improvement. Precisely at this time we are seeing how different companies are looking for alternative solutions for the positioning of the front cameras, experiencing between retractable modules, "perforated" display and optical placed directly under the glass. All to avoid that unsightly notch that steals space to our screen, making it less enjoyable consumption of multimedia content.
It 'clear that an increase in resolution cameras would not only benefit the smartphone sector. Samsung thinks, for example, to the drones, the autonomous driving car and, more generally, to the internet of things, which increasingly characterizes our present. The applications would be interesting also in the medical field, both for scanning and analysis, which also to operate with precision using robot from a distance.