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iPhone7 Plus Coming With Dual Camera Setup

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The next iPhone7 plus have dual camera set up according to the latest rumors surfaced over the web, the new iPhone7 Plus dual cameras will help you to get more optical zoom and also to simulate a shallow depth of field, as we have already seen in the huawei P9 smartphone.

The next iPhone7 Plus camera will also have a large 5.5 inch display Advance Core specifications compared to the current generation of iPhones.

Now the big question is who will supply the Dual camera modules for the next iPhone 7. Barron’s quotes Chris Chan of Asia-based financial services group:

We think Sony may not be able to deliver its full share of dual cameras to Apple due to: (1) lower-than-expected yield, and (2) damage to its production facility from the April earthquake in Kumamoto. As a result, we think LGI will gain majority share of the initial dual camera orders from Apple…

We expect a sharp increase in camera module ASP from 2H16F as we think: 1) dual camera module is likely to command 2.5x ASP premium vs. single-cam, and 2) OIS (optical image stabilization) will also be equipped in the new 4.7” iPhones – currently only the 5.5” model has OIS.”

Stay with us and we will update you soon as we get any new information.

source – image-sensors-world

Breaking News: Lenovo Moto G Plus Scored 84 Points is DxOLab Test

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Lenovo Moto G + smartphone has been announced the big change we notice after the acquisition of motorola by lenovo is change in smartphone name aka addition of Lenovo in Moto G name, as we all know that Lenovo acquired Motorola from Google and now all upcoming smartphones will have lenovo as the first name.

Back to the topic, the recently announced Moto G + smartphone is a mid-range smartphone and features a 1/2.4-inch Omnivsion OV16860 16MP sensor with a large pixel size of 1.34um, F2.0 aperture based lens on rear camera and laser-assisted AF. Surprisingly when DXOMArk tested the camera they found the overall score of the camera touched 84 points which is similar to the score of current flagship smartphones such as Apple iPhone 6 + Google Nexus and Moto X Force

The AF speed of the smartphone is also very fast since the samrtphone features Phase detect AF system and and laser heps you to lock AF quickly. The motorla  camera is also assistaed by a dual LED flash unit. The front camera of the samrtphone features 5 Megapixel resolution and a F2.2 aperture based lens.

Take a look at the Major specification of the camera

  • Omnivsion OV16860 1/2.4-inch 16MP sensor
  • F2.0 aperture
  • On-sensor phase detection and laser-assisted AF
  • 1080p video
  • 520p slow-motion video
  • Dual-LED flash
  • Manual control over shutter speed
  • 5MP / F2.2 front camera
  • Android 6.0
  • 5.5-inch 1080p display (401 ppi)
  • 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 chipset with octa-core CPU
  • 2GB RAM / 16, 32 or 64GB storage
  • MicroSD support up to 128GB
  • 3000 mAh battery with quick charging
  • Fingerprint reader

Being a mid-range phone the Motorola G Plus showing a very impressive result and can become a perfect companion for you.

source DXO Mark Labs

Panasonic CM10 Announced in Japan With 20MP 1inch Sensor

Just few hours ago we have published the images of upcoming Panasonic CM10 camera, now according to the latest news coming above the surface Panasonic announced C M10 Smartphone and TX1, TZ85 compact camera in Japan, it was a silent announcement.
Panasonic CM10 features larger 1″ sensor with 20 Megapixel resolution, the expandable ISO range of the sensor is 25600 and the standard ISO is limited to 12800, the Smartphone feature mechanical as well as electronic shutter and the combine range goes upto the mark of 60-1/16000.

The camera can record images in RAW / RAW + Fine / Fine / Standard format, the camera can record 4K videos in MP4 format limited to 15fps. The main display of the phone is made up of 4.7 inch 6.22 million dot TFT monitor.

The smartphone is loaded with Android ™ 5.0 (Lollipop) Smartphone and Qualcomm ® Snapdragon801 2.3 GHz (Quad Core) processor is used, the smartphone features 2GB built in RAM and 16GB ROM. The batter capacity is approx 2600mAh (9.9Wh) and uses SDXC memory card, SDHC memory card, SD memory card for recording media.

Along with Panasonic TX1, 400mm super-telephoto lens and DMC-TZ85 camera also announced.


Panasonic CM10 Smartphone Leaked Images

Panasonic-CM10-imagesThe successor of Panasonic CM1 smartphone with a large 1″ sensor is finally coming, the successor model name is CM10 and its leaked images are now floating over the web, see more images below.

The Panasonic CM10 smartphone is expected to arrive in February month, we will update you more as soon as we get any more information.Panasonic CM10 Smartphone Leaked Images




Interchangeable Camera Module based Smartphones Coming

The latest patent documents floating over the web clearly shows a interchangeable camera module with a larger sensor (shown in the in-circle), the sensor size from the design look similar to APS-C sized sensor of DSLRs and mirrorless camera.

samsung-SP-imgBut the biggest problem is once you attach the big sensor module the smartphone size goes big and infeasible for normal use.

Camera-sensor-module-imgAs you can see variable camera modules will become available for smartphones based on user choice.

source – mirrorlessrumor

Buy Now - Panasonic CM1 Camera Smartphone Available at $499


Flat $500 off on the CM1 smartphone camera

The CM1 android based smartphone is the best tool for photographers, the smartphone features big 1″ sensor and captures 20 MP shots with wide dynamic range .

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Get Super Macro Shots From Your Smartphone @ $0


Smartphones  are one creative invention of this current generation, whether quick access to internet or snapping the most desire subjects, Smartphone is effectively dealing with the  all the mysterious works instantly. As you know the passion for selfie among teenagers to adults is now a common thing and we already have read so many often that the Smartphone camera is constantly eating digital cameras’ market.   We see nothing wrong in photography via Smartphone but actually we miss something in Smartphone and that something is its lack in focal control that is due to the absence of interchangeable lenses from this.

If you don’t want to miss even a tiny detail from the images then here is a little hack that can turn your smartphone into a stunning macro camera.

It’s good experimental news how to use a simple water droplet to turn your mobile device into a macro powerhouse exhibited by Instructables user Znaffi .


These are the things that we need to do:

  • Your own Smartphone or tablet
  • A towel for drying up excess water.
  • Headphones with volume buttons (or a dedicated bluetooth remote for actually clicking the shutter)
  • Anything for for dispensing your droplet, the list may include Cotton swabs, syringe, or medicine dropper.
  • Droplets must be big enough to cover the entire camera but be more careful, that the bigger drops can break the surface tension and runs all over the place.
  • You can use headphones or some other remote shutter release device then take your photos while holding your macro subject above the camera.

What Znaffi said

“The smaller the drop is, the closer you can focus on your object. The bigger the drop gets, the more it flattens out. When the drop flattens out, we lose the effect of a lens, as the drop has to be in a ‘dome’ shape.”

smartphone macro

smartphone macro 2

source [DIY and instructables]

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