From DSLR to Mobile camera technology we have heard about Dual-Pixel for the very first time ever and it’s exciting. So when I got some information concerning Samsung’s moves up to the camera in the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, I was genuinely energized. As the main Smartphones to pack a double pixel sensor, they ought to offer the speediest auto-focus yet, conveying tech already selective to DSLRs to portable.
If you still think your phone is better than DSLRs you are not wrong. The highlight of the new Galaxy S7 is the double pixel sensor — an innovation obtained from Canon’s DSLRs. It essentially implies that rather than a few pixels on a sensor gathering light and picture data while a little rate of them work on concentrate, the majority of the pixels do both things. Thus, wherever your subject is in the scene, there would be pixels on the sensor fit for catching center, bringing about quicker and more exact self-adjust. If you just hold some objects in front of your camera, you can easily identify that the focus is moving faster than any other camera right now on the market. This is the feature of DUAL-PIXEL Auto-focus.
F/ 1.7, LOW LIGHT PHOTOS!
Only Dual-Pixel will not give you the perfect photo unless the sensor cannot capture low light photos. The Dual Pixel isn’t the main update that Samsung stuffed into the Galaxy S7. The new flagship likewise has a setup that lets in 90 percent more light than it did some time recently, because of a somewhat bigger sensor, greater pixels and more extensive gap on the lens will allow the lens to enter better lights even if it’s in dark condition.
In spite of the fact that the Galaxy S7’s sensor is currently a less-sharp 12 megapixels contrasted with 16 MP on the S6, the essentially bigger pixels (1.4 microns versus 1.12 microns before) and opening (f/1.7 now versus f/1.9 preceding) implies all the more lights gets in. This makes for clearer, brighter pictures, particularly in low light.