First Shots With Sony's Exmor RS Sensor

While Sony Exmor RS sensor is intended for next-gen Xperia smartphones, Chinese manufacturer announced Find 5, a quad-core S4 Pro Android Jelly Bean handset with Sony's stacked CMOS sensor. Oppo provided a few pictures with the camera which shows very quality photos.

 

The 13-megapixel camera isn't just about numbers. It packs hardware-enabled HDR for both photos and video, can capture slow motion of up to 120fps. Photos provided by Oppo's shows little noise and vibrant colours, but if it is raw images or there is "hands" in it is difficult to say. Regardless of that, there is no doubt that the new Sony Exmor RS sensor has potential.

Reminder of three Exmor RS sensors/imaging modules

1) IMX135: Type 1/3.06 model with 13.13 effective megapixels.
Features: 'RGBW coding' function and 'HDR (High Dynamic Range) movie' function.
Release: January 2013
Imaging module 'IU135F3-Z'
Features: Bright, high-resolution F2.2 lens.
Release: March 2013

2) IMX134: Type 1/4 model with 8.08 effective megapixels.
Features: 'RGBW coding' function and 'HDR (High Dynamic Range) movie' function.
Release: March 2013
Imaging module 'IU134F9-Z'
Features: Thin and compact lens (W:8.5 x D:8.5 x H:4.2mm)
Release: May 2013

3) ISX014: Type 1/4 model with 8.08 effective megapixels.
Features: Built-in camera signal processing function.
Release: October 2012
Imaging module 'IUS014F-Z'
Features: All-in-one imaging module that comprises an image sensor with built-in camera signal processing function and built-in auto-focus and picture adjustment function.
Release: November 2012

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Source Xperia Blog
Channel Photo and Video
Topics Sony, 13-megapixel, Find 5, Exmor RS, Camera
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