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Do you know what ‘he’ sensors do in your smartphone’s camera? See details

New Delhi: Capturing photos in a smartphone with one tap is an easy task. However, there are many elements that make up the output of a smartphone’s camera. Which users do not know. One such element on which the camera of a smartphone depends is the image sensor. The image sensor captures light from the lens to create digital photos on the smartphone. These sensors are integrated with the lens to provide the required output. Most smartphone manufacturers offer a dedicated mode to help you get the best output from the available camera sensors. Find out exactly what the sensors in smartphones are and what role they play in taking photos.

Macro Sensor: A macro sensor helps you capture objects from a short distance. The sensor can be accessed by enabling macro mode on your smartphone. Macro sensors on most smartphones help you get a detailed photo of a subject less than 10 cm away from the camera lens. With some cameras you can get up to 2 cm closer to the subject. Which capture close-ups of even the smallest subject, such as insects. Macro mode can be used for creative close-ups, creating photo records of jewelry. Time of Flight (ToF) Sensor: The Time of Flight (ToF) sensor uses infrared light to determine depth information.

It uses the speed of light to measure distances. Effectively calculates the time it takes for the reflected beam of light to return to the camera’s sensor. The Time of Flight sensor is used in high-end smartphones to provide background defocus effects. Depth Sensor: As the name implies, the main depth of the depth sensor on a smartphone is identifying. This sensor helps you achieve excellent rendering of professional style blur effects and augmented reality effects. Both front and rear cameras of the smartphone have sensors. Sensors can be found in affordable smartphones offering portrait mode. Ultra wide sensor: With the help of ultra wide sensor you can take photos with wide field of view. The sensor comes with 90 degree, 120 degree and 150 degree field of view. Simply put, it gives you extra detail.

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