But on those pictures you can clearly see yellow phosphor, so they probably not using multiple-color LED solution.
And some have high resolution image in daylight and very good low-light performance at the same time because of the super tiny cells.Really, pixel size has little to do with low light...
There is no pleasing you people.
Because we can!
@ecka84: I believe 645 is Pentax 645 A reference, not the format.
@ecka84: I believe 645 is Pentax 645 A mount reference, not the format.
What about flare control?
But what phone operates at 110V? I wouldn't want to carry dynamotor with me to convert 110V->5V.
Perhaps that is the reason they don't have the money to focus on MF. :)
Larger dynamic range, right. Your sources are like 5 years old. Film can only dream about 14 DR stops.
Well, expensive kinda goes with MF. Can't see any reason why it wouldn't be.
Sadly, Internet people just don't know what sarcasm is.
Just go and take some pictures using pancake lenses instead of looking at some numbers. Then we'll talk about impressive.
Probably because DxOMark tests only one lens and only one time. These tests are as useless as they can be. I find user reviews much more informative.