Sony expects smartphone cameras to dominate DSLRs by 2024, Here’s why
Sony gives detailed information about camera sensors, and the company backs up its assertions with evidence.
In the next three years, smartphone cameras will outperform digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) cameras in terms of image quality. During a recent business briefing, Terushi Shimizu, President and CEO of Sony Semiconductor Solutions, made this bold remark.
Sony is well aware that smartphone camera quality has improved as sensor technology has advanced. However, no one has predicted that cameras on mobile devices will overtake DSLR cameras in the next few years.
Sony also provided evidence to back up its promises, claiming that still image quality will be the first to witness a significant improvement. According to this research, Shimizu argues that such an improvement in quality will be feasible because to the combination of sensors, bigger apertures, and, most crucially, the application of computational photography.
With the Google Pixel smartphones, we’ve already seen the power of advanced AI features, and Sony appears to be aiming for a future with comparable acceptance by other phone makers.
Furthermore, you now have a situation where the camera sensor’s megapixel count is reaching new heights. Samsung, for example, has already demonstrated the future with a 200-megapixel smartphone sensor in their armament.
With more innovation crammed into mobile devices, companies like Sony, Oppo, and Vivo will have their say in the industry. Phones like the Vivo X80 Pro and even the Google Pixel 6 Pro demonstrate how diversified the photography market is right now. Things are going to be fascinating in the next years, especially with features like the periscope lens and minuscule sensor.
However, Sony has more to say regarding the market forecast for the coming years. According to the firm, by 2025, smartphones will have improved high-speed video quality and auto-focus results.
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