Xperia 1 V Smartphone launched this morning. The one thing I know about Sony is they will always outdo themselves, like with the Alpha One, ZV-E1, and A7R5. Sony developed a stacked CMOS image sensor with 2-layer Transistor Pixels. This newly developed image sensor enhances low-light performance. It depicts rich colors and textures of people, landscapes, and scenes in dark locations.
There is more. The Xperia 1 V Smartphone has improved vlog features, best-in-class gaming performance, a long-lasting battery, and a powerful CPU. The Xperia 1 V is raising the bar (again) with Sony’s latest technology.
Watch the announcement below for a next-generation sensor and imaging from Sony packed into their phone.
I use my Xperia almost daily for on-the-go mobile content. The included S-Cinetone gives me the look I want with zero work in post. Designed for cinematographers, an S-Cinetone version has been adjusted and installed for mobile. It ships with the Xperia 1 IV. Natural skin tones and cinematic image result from the new sensor. The Exmor T for mobile has approximately three times the saturation signal level compared to a conventional sensor. The Exmor T suppresses noise that tends to occur in dark scenes, resulting in beautiful images with soft colors.
See what the sensor can do in this video from my friend Jason Vong.
You can preorder the Xperia today for $1398 from B&H. If you’re a gamer, you’re covered. Into audio, yep. Another key point, the Xperia works as an external monitor for your camera. Also find more videos on our YouTube.…
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