Sony demonstrated its newest smartphone camera sensor, which is able to shoot 1080p video in slow motion at 1,000 frames per second. The new three-layer CMOS sensor is the first of its kind in business and filming in slow motion about eight times faster than its competitors, and with minimal disruption of the focus, the company says.

The sensor can also shooting 19.3 MP frames for 1/120 of a second, which is four times faster than the capabilities of similar sensors. The reason for this lies in their DRAM design that converts analog video signals into digital.

In practice, all this means that the sensor is better than anything else that can be found in smartphones at this stage. Although the iPhone 7 and Google Pixel can shoot in slow motion in 1080p at 120 fps, they lag significantly behind what Sony has achieved with its new sensor. In fact 1000 fps is even more than his own Sony RX 100 V, which brings it up to 960 fps.

Considering that Apple and Google use sensors precisely from Sony, is not excluded in time to see this amazing achievement and in their phones in a year or two. And hopefully by then storage is greatly increased because 1000 fps at Full HD resolution will fill your SD card in no time.

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