Sony Xperia Z5 Camera Details. The new Sony Xperia Z5 range was presented during yesterday with great success, thanks to the Premium version, which has a 4K resolution panel. However, one of the most important secrets of the range is the camera, almost customized sensor and really interesting for all kinds of images.
Virtually all hardware devices matches, including the camera. This sensor has a 1 / 2.3 Exmor RS, according to the company, it has a resolution of 23 megapixels. However, according to various evidence, it seems the sensor is actually more powerful and has a resolution of 25 megapixels, although the photos that can be drawn are 23 due to the difference between the two ratios standard aspect. For example, when we make a picture in portrait mode with an aspect ratio of 4: 3, the sensor is able to take photographs of 5,520 x 4,140 pixels, ie, 23 MP. However, if we use the landscape mode, change the aspect ratio of 16: 9, which means that the camera takes pictures at a resolution of 20 megapixels, ie, 5,984 x 3,366 pixels.
Portrait and landscape mode
Most Android based smartphones have a camera that makes pictures with a 4: 3 ratio despite the 16: 9 has begun to reign in our lives, even in TVs. This means that when you want a picture on most widescreen format, the sensor basically does the picture in 4: 3 and then "cut" and becomes 16: 9, something you can see in the first image.
The multi-aspect sensor Z5 Sony Xperia improves image quality
The new smartphone from Sony, to have 25 megapixels on the evidence that will explain, offers a wider more results than the 4: 3 and higher than the 16: 9, which can understand more easily by second picture we attached. So, when you want to take a picture in 16: 9 with the Sony Xperia Z5, the camera "cuts" across, so that the camera can take the picture at a resolution of 5,984 x 3,366 pixels, ie, about 20 megapixels. If the camera really out of 23 megapixels as the company announced the resolution of the picture in 16: 9 mode would be 5,520 x 3,105 pixels, ie, 17.14 MP.
Interior sensor of Sony Xperia Z5
Obviously, the Sony Xperia Z5 is not the first smartphone that uses this technology, although it is rather curious to know how it works and all the details that the camera of a mobile phone must consider.