OPPO has a new set of new camera technologies, and you probably won’t get any of them in the United States

OPPO has a new set of new camera technologies, and you probably won't get any of them in the United States

Earlier today, at the upcoming shooting event, OPPO introduced three new camera technologies that could pave the way for future smartphones. While all of them are very interesting, each one is at least a small derivative – improvements based on the implementation of previous features, including some OPPOs. In fact, if you’ve been following smartphone camera news for the past half decade or so, some of them seem familiar. And if you’re in the United States, you probably won’t benefit from it.

First, OPPO introduces its new RGBW camera sensor, developed in collaboration with Sony. “W” in this example stands for white, which should mean a better ability to collect light, especially in low light conditions. If you remember when some companies used a color sensor with a separate black and white sensor and combined the results for better performance in low light, this is a similar idea, except for all in one sensor. And in fact, this is not a new idea.

Huawei actually did this in 2015 and Sony in 2012. Just last year, sister company OPPO Vivo announced something similar. But OPPO says the new design it uses eliminates the problems of previous systems, such as signal interference, a tendency to strong capillaries and poor color accuracy. OPPO has also integrated its Binning pixel logic and algorithms directly inside the sensor to improve compatibility, battery life and performance.

All this means 60% better light capture and 35% less noise in the resulting photos. The company claims that the commercial availability of this new sensor technology will be at the end of the year in Q4.

In the same vein, OPPO also based on an announcement it made last year for real cameras, honestly God-feasible and adjustable focal lengths – e.g. Real “Zoom in.”

Last year, the company announced that it had developed a folding / periscope camera module that allows magnification of 85-135 mm, and today the company says that these numbers are up to 85-200 mm equivalent to a system that has a set Real moving lenses are put in a camera. Compact, compatible with the phone that can adjust the focal length produced. One improvement over the previous design is the use of a more precise motor for moving parts and a “prism OIS” that can significantly reduce the effects of moving at higher focal lengths and smaller apertures that most periscope-style cameras have. , help. OPPO does not tell us what aperture it can hit (it is probably very small / slow), but it does mean that the aperture varies depending on the magnification level. However, the company claims that the final brightness is constant thanks to other technologies across the range.

Consider these samples of cherries harvested with a grain of salt, but the OPPO system shows much better detail in more effective “magnification”.

Now, there are other advantages, such as continuous zoom, more white balance when “zooming” compared to the change between discrete focal length, and better quality compared to “digital zoom”, but to be honest, for more vision, more excitement. I’m struck. Accurate framing without over-processing images.

Returning to the subject of OIS, OPPO also announces a new system for it and promises five-axis stabilization, which includes separate lenses. And Motion sensor for even more precise motion control. OPPO has numerical claims, such as a “65% increase in vibration compensation performance,” but real-world applications should, on average, show clearer, better images than older OIS systems. The demonstration (available in the video above at around 11:46) was very impressive and reduced the movement compared to the company, although give an example with a grain of salt. OPPO promises to land in the first quarter of 2022.

(OPPO also highlighted the technology under its display earlier this month, but there’s nothing new except for additional technical explanations on how it works.)

Unfortunately, the direct effects of these camera technologies are minimal for most of our readers. None of this is guaranteed to become US smartphones – unless through the transient assets of parent companies BBK and OnePlus. However, OPPO firmly believed that the relationship with BBK had no effect on our meetings, meaning that sister companies did not simply receive these through those parents. But these developments are putting more pressure on the companies that sell smartphones here, and so will I. Psychological To see an adjustable lens system with the same focal length, you can turn it into more phones – ideally, I can buy next to the state.

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