After the launch of the Narzo 30 Series, Realme is getting ready to release their Realme 8 Series. In connection to that, the company hosted a camera event to present the 108MP sensor which we will get to see in Realme 8 Pro. The new 108MP sensor is Samsung’s ISOCELL HM2 that is based on 9-to-1 pixel binning and offers up to 3x lossless zoom.
The ISOCELL HM2 is a 1/1.52” sensor with a 0.7 μm pixel size and features Super-PD autofocus. It is capable of clicking photos with 12000×9000 pixel resolution and videos with 4K resolution at 120fps. In addition, Realme has also baked in several custom optimisations which will be debuted in Realme 8 Pro.
According to Realme, the 108MP sensor will offer 3x in-sensor lossless zoom retaining colours and sharpness by capturing 12MP photos and mapping the zoomed-in area. The clarity would be enhanced by capturing eight simultaneous 12MP shots and processing it with their algorithm. They claim that this picture quality is better than certain telephoto cameras in terms of sharpness.
The new camera sensor also features Starry Mode for astrophotography time-lapse videos. Here too the company is letting its algorithm take over the process and substitute it with a typical way of taking multiple shots and combining them. It claims that the new process can capture 30 photos in 8 minutes which means you get a 1s time-lapse video and this is repeated until a desirable image is obtained.
The company will include the Tilt-shift time-lapse video that will be first seen in Realme 8 Pro. It means the camera clicks tilt-shift photos and videos using a dedicated algorithm. Other tweaks which the user can perform include, angle-selection, position and bokeh selection, add transition effects between blurred and clear areas and so on.
The company also designed new portrait filters such as Neon Portrait, Dynamic Bokeh Portrait, and AI Color Portrait. During the event, we also got a peek at the rear camera layout of the upcoming Realme 8 Pro.
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