Samsung's New JN1 Camera Sensor Has Industry's Smallest Pixels
7 days ago - By Peta Pixel
Samsung has announced that it is beginning mass production of what it claims has the smallest pixels in the industry: 0.64μm-pixels. The 50-megapixel sensor is called the ISOCELL JN1 and is equipped with ISOCELL 2.0, Smart-ISO, and “Double Super PDAF.”
Smaller pixels usually means lower image quality and the possibility of introducing more noise, but Samsung specifically chose to push the JN1 down to 0.64μm-pixels so that it could be smaller and therefore see more widespread use in different applications.
As such, the company claims the JN1 is its most versatile sensor yet as it is...
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