Samsung 50MP ISOCELL GNK Sensor Breaks Cover with Enhanced Capabilities


Samsung hasĀ officially unrolled the curtainsĀ on its brand-new 50MP ISOCELL sensor. Called the Samsung 50MP ISOCELL GNK, the new camera module brings a lot of improvements to the table.

Among them all, the main improvements that the Samsung 50MP ISOCELL GNK sensor brings revolve around the dynamic range. Additionally, the new sensor comes with better video-capturing capabilities.

More Details on Samsung 50MP ISOCELL GNK Sensor

The 50MP ISOCELL GNK comes with some similar specs as the predecessor, the 50MP ISOCELL GN1. To be specific, the new sensor is 1/1.3-inch in size and offers 1.12 Āµm pixels. But even with similar specs, the new sensor can deliver a better performance than the predecessor.

To offer that, Samsung utilizes different smart technologies on the 50MP ISOCELL GNK. For example, the new sensor has Dual Pixel Pro autofocus. With a greatly improved focus time, this tech ensures that the moving objects appear sharp on the captured images.

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Better Dynamic Range

In addition, the new 50MP ISOCELL GNK can capture photos with a dynamic range of up to 120 dB. The new sensor works in three ISO modes to achieve such a wide dynamic range. This working principle also helps to reduce motion artifacts from the captures.

And thereā€™s good news for those who like to use Pro mode to get the most out of the shots. The 50MP ISOCELL GNK sensor can capture 14-bit RAW images.

Video Capture Abilities

When it comes to video recording capabilities, the new Samsung sensor can offer 8K 30FPS videos. That too without losing too much of the field of view. The sensor also comes with FHD and HDR video capturing ability at 240FPS.

That said, Samsung hasnā€™t yet disclosed which devices will get the new 50MP ISOCELL GNK first. But devices with the sensor should start to roll out early next year.

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