Sony made the sensor for smartphone cameras that can shoot at a speed of 960 fps

recently cameras integrated into smartphones, are sometimes so impressive performance that I wonder: how did we ever managed a simple 0.3-megapixel camera in any of Siemens CX65? But the limit of perfection, as we all know, no, and recently Sony Semiconductor Solutions Corporation introduced the CMOS sensor of a new type, which includes elements of digital signal processing and dynamic memory DRAM. A distinctive feature of CMOS sensors is that it allows you to make a video with speeds up to 960 frames per second. The little CPU load on the device gives the possibility to use it even in smartphones.

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