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Qualcomm: Mobile phone photography will eventually surpass SLR in 5 years

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Qualcomm: Mobile phone photography will eventually surpass SLR in 5 years



 

Qualcomm: Mobile phone photography will eventually surpass SLR in 5 years.

Nowadays, the photography functions of mobile phones are more and more powerful, and the needs of slow motion, portraits, sports videos, background blur, ultra-wide-angle, high-magnification zoom, etc. are not a problem.

Therefore, when a topic of old and growing talk emerges, when can it catch up with or even surpass the SLR?

 

 

Qualcomm: Mobile phone photography will eventually surpass SLR in 5 years.

 

 

When communicating with the media a few days ago, Judd Heape, vice president of Qualcomm, said that AI (artificial intelligence) technology has greatly promoted the progress of mobile phone photography. There are 3 to 5 years.

 

The outside world believes that the fourth stage will be the moment when mobile phone photography fully surpasses SLR.

 

The four stages here are divided like this. From about 2018, AI technology has emerged in mobile phone photography, but it is only used to identify what is in the picture, such as people, animals, landscapes, etc.; in the second stage, AI began to be used.

To optimize the 3A, that is, autofocus, auto white balance and auto exposure. In the current third stage, AI can already partially understand the elements of the scene and try to meet the needs of the photographer.

 

The so-called fourth stage is that AI participates in the processing of the entire picture.

 

In fact, earlier this year, Sony executives also believed that within a few years, mobile phone imaging will surpass SLR.

 

It is worth mentioning that the Qualcomm vice president also mentioned that compared to the bulky and backward cameras of Canon and Nikon, the Snapdragon imaging unit on the phone is 10 times faster, which will allow more beautiful things to happen. , although he also admitted that it may not be realistic in the short term to configure more than 1-inch CMOS on mobile phones.

 



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