SONY has officially unveiled its new Sensor, the IMX858, which will launch by the Mi 13 Ultra, which uses three IMX858 lenses for Ultra wide angle, vertical telephoto, and latent telephoto. “All side cameras have the same image capability, And the master shot strictly Laqi “.
The size of SONY’s IMX858 sensor is 1/2.51 inch, and SONY has introduced a full-pixel focusing system to obtain AF information with full pixel phase difference. This allows high-quality focusing experience that has been available only in main photography to be used in remote, wide-angle, and macro shots.
Not only that, but IMX858 uses 2 exp-DOL and its tailor-made Fine12bitAD feature to achieve a high motion photography experience that is close to visual recognition. Fine12bitAD reduces noise for dark areas in highly dynamic scenes. Benefiting from this, the side-shot can also achieve 4K HDR smooth photography.
In addition, the IMX858 is the first side-camera sensor to support the new generation of SONY’s multi-camera collaboration system. In recent years, multi-camera collaboration system has become the mainstream of mobile phones. Multi-camera collaboration system works with AP (application processor) to solve some problems that are easy to appear in the approach scene when switching between each camera.
For example, the phenomenon of angle change and tone change encountered when switching from the main camera to the secondary camera will be solved by the multi-camera coordination system. In addition, the multi-camera coordination system also greatly reduces the power consumption of the whole camera system on the original basis, so that the shooting cruise time of the mobile phone can be longer.
The first Mi 13 Ultra with SONY’s IMX858 sensor will be released on April 18.