It was only a matter of time: the start-up company that launched it camera Innovative with 16 Image Sensors is working to bring its technology even to our smart pocket devices
After we saw the Huawei Goes all-in-one and combines three different photo sensors on the back of its P20 Pro devices, each with its own strengths and ability to work better than its parts - it was clear that this trend will not stop here, but will continue to evolve rapidly with more and more elements Optics that will guarantee us a smart operation for an unparalleled quality.
Reports about triangular camera systems are possible with some other large manufacturers in the smartphones market, but now it seems that some are preparing for the day after tomorrow - with an array of up to nine cameras (!) On the back of the smart phone. This may sound like a joke, but it seems that there is already a prototype in the stages Development Which realizes this.
A young American company called Light, which won the investment from Chinese giant Foxconn and the investment arm of Google's parent company Alpha, launched last year a digital camera called L16, based on 16, small photographic sensors and lenses, to create large, advanced images. launch Unlocked Based on a similar concept even before the end of this year, with five to nine cameras on one side of it.
The use of a large number of different lenses could enable much better noise filtering for the final product obtained, Performence Better in challenging lighting conditions with certain sensors that focus on getting the darkest details in the frame, high quality digital zoom with minimal distortions and loss of quality, creating advanced boké and macro effects and more - when it will take some time for this technology to mature Full of all promises, and especially will become mass enough to do it at competitive prices.
The future is definitely in the offing, but not quite yet - the Light phone in question could carry a price tag of more than $ 1,000 when it is launched, and we do not yet know what hardware is available to support its technology. We hope to receive more information as soon as possible.