Samsung Sensor-Shift – Keep in mind that this technique is very different from the usual optical image stabilization that we have previously seen. Some time ago, there were reports that Samsung might partner with Olympus for cellphone cameras. Now, a recent report from GalaxyClub.nl says that they have been working on sensor-shift stabilization technology.
Previously, there was a term about sensor-shift. Apple is bringing this to the fore for the first time on an iPhone 12 Pro Max device. As the name implies, the sensor-shift feature means the camera sensor will move to compensate for vibrations when taking photos or videos.
Larger than the camera sensor of most cellphones, the 12 MP wide sensor on the iPhone 12 Pro Max moves along its axis with the help of a magnet placed in the corner. Apple says that this technology can make the lens handle light better. Increase ISO sensitivity by about 87%, and improve stabilization.
Reporting from Gizmochina (13/4), the report says that Samsung is bringing stabilization technology like Apple to its devices. Maybe the company can make a sensor-shift debut on the Galaxy S22.
It should be noted that this technique is very different from the usual optical image stabilization that we have previously seen. In this system, the camera lens, rather than the image sensor. Is attached to the base (mount) to move along the axis so that it can absorb shocks.
It is not sure whether Samsung will partner with Olympus or not to implement the sensor-shift technology. Whatever it is, the answer will be immediately known after this. South Korean company showcases its latest cellphone technology.