Sony Semiconductor Solutions CEO: “the image quality of smartphones will exceed that of single-lens reflex cameras in 2024”
The President and CEO of Sony Semiconductor Solutions (SSS) Terushi Shimizu gave this outlook for smartphone-equipped cameras:
The image quality of smartphones will exceed that of single-lens reflex cameras in 2024, and Sony G will show the prospect
“We expect that still images will exceed the image quality of single-lens reflex cameras within the next few years.”
How is what possible? I had the same question, but the CEO did not provide any details. This is the only relevant text I found in the Nikkei article:
In the future, in addition to increasing the diameter, by combining the new pixel structure “two-layer transistor pixel” technology and artificial intelligence (AI) processing technology that can double the shooting performance of bright places, “for still images, a single-lens camera The image quality can be exceeded “(the company). Furthermore, it is said that background blurring using 8K video shooting / high-speed readout and ToF (distance measuring) sensor will be realized toward 30 years.
If that’s true, there is no reason for Sony to continue to make cameras after 2024. Like the Sony logo says: “make.believe”…
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