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Samsung launches 108MP ISOCELL HM3 CMOS camera sensor with 12-bit HDR and 8K 30fps recording!

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Samsung announces the new ISOCELL HM3 108MP CMOS image sensor with up to 8K 30fps video recording and 12-bit HDR video recording.
Samsung launches 108MP ISOCELL HM3 CMOS camera sensor with 12-bit HDR and 8K 30fps recording!
Samsung launches its fourth 108MP image sensor

With over 68 Billion colors

The massive difference between 8-Bit, 10-bit and 12-bit color depth
The massive difference between 8-Bit, 10-bit and 12-bit color depth

A day after Samsung announced the new Galaxy S21 series, the Korean giant announces its fourth image sensor with more than 100 Million pixels.

The new ISOCELL HM3 CMOS image sensor measures at 1/1.33-inch with pixel size as small as 0.8 microns and it features Phase Detect autofocus. It is capable of binning 9 adjacent pixels into one that enhances image quality and autofocus performance.

Another new feature of the new sensor is that it uses Smart ISO technology that can capture images in high and in low ISO at the same time and merge the two images in a 12-bit high dynamic range image. This feature also reduces noise without requiring multiple exposures to obtain HDR images. This low-noise mode increases sensitivity by up to 50 percent when compared to previous generations which improve overall low-light image quality.

As mentioned earlier, the binning function combines 9 pixels into a large 2.4-micron wide pixel that results in 12MP photos with enhanced low light performance. 

Inside is the new Image Signal Processor that supports seamless transition or switching between the 108MP and 12 MP shooting mode. 

Samsung also says that the new sensor can now shoot and record up to 8K at 30fps, 4K at 120fps which is an improvement over previous generations of the 108MP sensor. It does retain the 1080p at 240fps from the HM1 sensor.

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Source: Samsung Via: GizChina
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