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Qualcomm's Snapdragon chipsets can now handle a 192MP image sensor

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Published Mar 11, 2019  |          Lars Rehm


As spotted in the XDA Developers forum, chipset maker Qualcomm has now updated the specs for a range of its Snapdragon chipsets and it looks like the Snapdragon 670, 675, 710, 845 and 855 models now all support a pretty outrageous camera resolution of 192MP.

There are some limitations, however. In order to process such a large image the camera cannot use any multi-frame processing, for example for HDR or noise reduction, or a zero-shutter-lag. The 192MP limit is also only valid for single-camera setups and not for multi-camera devices. Not even a front-camera would be supported.

Given there are currently no mobile image sensor available that come even close to such a high pixel count, these are mostly theoretical considerations of course. Still, it's good to see Qualcomm is future-proofing its chipsets and making the spec information readily available to developers and other interested parties.


Панасоник и 187 Мп :

The LUMIX S1R integrates a 47.3-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor (36mm x 24mm), which gives it the industry’s highest level of resolution in the full-frame mirrorless cameras*2, to pursue the ultimate power of expression. In addition to the precise reproduction capability in detail, this sensor achieves a high S/N ratio by taking advantage of its high light-condensing efficiency despite the large number of pixels. The LUMIX S1R features a High Resolution mode for the first time as a mirrorless full-frame camera to enable 187-megapixel ultra-high precision photo shooting.

The LUMIX S1 comes with a 24.2-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor (35.6mm x 23.8mm) that provides a wide dynamic range and excellent performance at high sensitivity in addition to a natural yet sharp image description thanks to sufficient light condensation per pixel. The LUMIX S1 supports professional use in videography by taking advantage of the stunning expression performance that a full-frame camera can offer. It records smooth 4K 60p video and enables full-pixel readout of signals in 4K 30p/25p*1 to save truly beautiful footage. Furthermore, the LUMIX S1 will comply with 4:2:2 10-bit 4K 30p/25p*1 internal video recording and 4K 60p HDMI output as well as V-Log, with a software upgrade key (to be sold separately) following soon in 2019.