Sony Xperia PRO-I -6.5" 21:9 4K 120Hz HDR OLED -12MP Ultrawide, Primary and Telephoto -1.0-type Exmor RS Sensor + Phase Detection AF (Same as RX100 Line) -4K 120fps Video -Qualcomm Snaprdragon 888 5G -12GB RAM/512GB ROM -3.5mm Jack -4500 mAh w/ 30W Charging £1,599 from Dec pic.twitter.com/e0AjoyvR2Z
Sony Xperia Pro-I launched. - 6.5" 4K HDR OLED display 120hz refresh rate 240hz motion blur reduction 240hz touch sampling rate DCI P3 colour gamut - Android 11 - Snapdragon 888 - Water resistant IPX5/IPX8 Dust proof IP6X - 12MP+12MP+12MP 1.0-type image sensor 1 inch sony pic.twitter.com/TiulgyZBkO
Sony Announces Xperia PRO I Specs: -6.5" 21:9 4K HDR OLED, 120Hz Refresh Rate, 240Hz Motion Blur Reduction, 240Hz Touch Scanning Rate -World's 1st 1" Smartphone Sensor 2.4μm -3x 12MP: F2.2/ F2.4/ Dual Aperture F2.0 & F4.0 -Real Time Tracking, & Eye AF -Shoots Up To 20 FPS AF pic.twitter.com/LkSyWw7muK
I've got a lot of thoughts on the Pixel 6 camera. The new sensor was a great move. Much more depth of field, and more information in those RAWs. But Google has leaned on its HDR prowess for a bit too long, and I think it needs to scale it back. It's holding back a great sensor.
Ya dig 4K bonus materials, folks? THE SUICIDE SQUAD on 4K UHD Blu-ray has not only the audio commentary with
@JamesGunn, but it also has a featurette called Harley’s Great Escape (Scene Breakdown) — in 4K resolution (sans HDR). Here are four shots from that. #4K #TheSuicideSquadpic.twitter.com/IvlDZhX83Z
Pixel 6 Pro camera (photos 1, 3) is excellent. As is tradition, it does less “HDR” processing than iPhone (photos 2, 4) but there’s insane detail iPhone 13 can’t match. Pixel continues to excel with subject detection AI but sometimes incorrectly processes texture as noise. pic.twitter.com/h5HVN0n0on