Sony made a smartphone camera sensor capable of shooting at 1000fps - TechnoBuffalo

Sony this week showed off a new smartphone camera sensor the company says is capable of shooting video at 1,000 frames per second in 1080p. To compare, the iPhone 7 can shoot 240 frames per second at 720p. Quite the difference; users should be able ...

Sony's Incredible New Camera Sensor Can Shoot 1000fps Slow-Motion Video, Could Be Featured in Future iPhones - iDrop News

Sony, an iPhone camera supplier, has debuted a new smartphone camera sensor that can shoot slow-motion video at an incredible 1,000 frames-per-second. In an industry first, the new sensor uses a 3-layer stack construction, combining a third DRAM layer ...

With Sony's new camera sensor it's easy to record super slow motion fighting scenes on phones - India Today

Soon you might be able to record super slow motion videos from your smartphone itself, as in at amazingly slow speeds like you see in action movies that, for example, gives some sense to the utterly bewildering fighting scenes. Also Read: Canon ...

Sony's New Smartphone Camera Can Shoot 1080p Slow-Mo At 1000fps - Ubergizmo

Sony has unveiled its new camera sensor for smartphones today. The company claims that this industry-first 3-layer CMOS sensor is capable of recording slow-motion video in full HD 1080p at 1,000 frames per second. The company claims that this is nearly ...

Sony smartphone camera sensor shoots at 1000fps - gearburn

Apple, Google's phones and Samsung have long ruled the roost when it comes to slow-motion video, offering smooth 240fps support. Sure, we've seen the likes of Lenovo claim 960fps as a standard, but this was via ineffective software trickery. Now, Sony ...

Sony's new smartphone camera sensor can shoot 1080p video at 1000 fps - Phandroid.com

Sony is one of the most popular image sensor manufacturers in the world. You can find their handy work in everything from full-sized DSLRs, to smaller mirrorless cameras. In fact, there's a real good chance the smartphone you're currently using is ...