Larger Sensors and Image Stabilization in Mobile Cameras

By Max Howroute

The recent advancements in mobile photography made a huge leap over the past several years. Most photographers I talked to occasionally use their smartphone devices primarily iPhones as the main camera, simply because it's always with them. And you don't want to miss the one in lifetime shot at the right time and right place, especially if you don't want to carry a heavy and bulky camera with you at the moment. The good news for photographers everywhere, the smartphone cameras are improving with each generation. And the sensor size and image stabilization are a few of the most important aspects of needed improvements. Imagine having a aps-c size sensor in your smartphone or professional camera quality image stabilization on your portable device. With new advances in nanotechnology, this soon will become a reality, possibly within a few years from now. Today, there's a high demand for high quality cameras and optics in the smartphones and the market will respond if manufacturers come up with new designs utilizing the nanotechnology.

 

One Response to Larger Sensors and Image Stabilization in Mobile Cameras

  1. Josh Wayne says:

    Great article, can’t wait!!

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