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Samsung announces ISOCELL sensitive to camera phones and tablets
Sensitive to lead to better absorption of light which results in a more accurate picture
Samsung has unveiled today the Korean new technology for sensors used in cameras, smart phones and tablets “aizosil” ISOCELL. The company said that the new sensor helps capture more accurate and higher quality while maintaining density bicycle.
Samsung said that the enterprises to increase the number of pixels in the camera sensor to provide higher resolution cameras in theory, lead to the downsizing of the per pixel to avoid increase in size. Which leads to the absorption of the pixels of the smaller amount of light which has a negative impact on the image quality.
To avoid this problem the ISOCELL technology add a layer of insulation between each pixel, each pixel that is insulated by a physicist from the surrounding pixels. This helps isolation-by-pixel capture more photons (light) and absorbed properly and more efficiently, and thereby eliminate interference and noise which usually occurs between adjacent pixels, so this will produce a more accurate picture of where color and more intense and rich. This will improve the atmosphere of the picture, despite the small size of the pixels and increasing their number.
The company said that the first sensitive ISOCELL has produced a 8 megapixel resolution and will be commercially launched during the fourth quarter of 2013.Viewing:-128
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