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    News - Samsung launches ISOCELL enhanced CMOS imaging sensor

    ISOCELL is said to greatly improve low light imaging performance.
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    Re: News - Samsung launches ISOCELL enhanced CMOS imaging sensor

    Seems fine but I can't really see an improvement in that image supplied...
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    Re: News - Samsung launches ISOCELL enhanced CMOS imaging sensor

    The BSI image clearly has a more limited range of colours on the flower petals - the ISOCell image has a range of yellows while the BSI washes out to white quite quickly. However, it's interesting that Hexus chose to focus on better low-light imaging when the sample photo is clearly designed to show improve image quality in very high lighting conditions...

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