Monday, January 29, 2018

Samsung is bringing 1,000 FPS cameras

  Backham Badhon       Monday, January 29, 2018

South Korea-based tech giant Samsung has announced the creation of 1,000 FPS cameras at Sony's Japanese firm.

Sony recently brought 960 camera-mounted camera sensor to the market. Which was used for the first time in the Sony Xperia XZ phone.

How many photos a camera can hold in seconds depends on a lot of hardware. But the main limitation of video capture in high-frame formats for the phone is the process speed and the speed of the phone's storage in each frame of the processor.

Sony has added a cash ram to the camera sensor to avoid these two problems. As a result, some of the camera's stored frames are stored in RAM, which is then processed gradually.

Samsung has already started research with the same technology sensor. Because of their faster sensitivity to the sensor and adding more diram, they claim that the camera can capture the video at 1,000 FPS. Such super slow motion video technology will probably be linked to the Galaxy S9 and Note 9 phones.

While Sony has to rely on microns for a demat cache, Samsung's own production of DRAM will reduce the price of the sensor. As such, in the near future, such super slow motion camera can also be seen on medium-priced phones.

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