Sony IMX789

As the shooting performance of smartphones becomes stronger and stronger, ordinary users can easily take any kinds of photos. Therefore, the major smartphone brands are paying special attention to the performance of the imaging system. Recently, the Sony IMX789 custom sensor has been officially released. And it turns out that the upcoming OnePlus 9 Pro will monopolize this sensor.

Sony IMX789

It is reported that the Sony IMX789 custom sensor is currently the world’s first sensor to support 4K 120-frame video shooting. Previously, 4K 120-frame has been a recording specification supported only by high-end cinema cameras.

At the same time, the Sony IMX789 custom sensor will support full-pixel omni-directional focusing technology. In simple terms, all pixels can support phase difference detection, and can quickly adjust the focus speed according to different shooting environments, thereby avoiding focus errors, bellows and other shooting problems.

With the support of the Hasselblad professional mode, the Sony IMX789 custom sensor will be more powerful, allowing users to more easily adjust the shutter speed, sensitivity, white balance and other parameters flexibly. Also, the peak focus function can achieve fast and accurate focus, allowing users to maximize lens performance. In addition, the 12bit RAW format can record up to 68.7 billion colors, which is 64 times that of most current smartphone products. So it can bring more space for creative users.

According to the official announcement, the OnePlus 9 Pro will be officially released on March 24.

According to previous information, OnePlus will launch the “Hasselblad Professional Mode”, which is designed for professional users. Liu Zuohu, CEO of OnePlus Technology and founder of OnePlus Mobile, said, “This is the masterpiece of OnePlus’ eight-year research and development, and it is a well-deserved “video camera king” this year.”

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