Could the cell phone’s cameras be able to have the functions like the aperture, shutter speed and ISO sensitivity one day?
- spacemissingLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
They could have had those features years ago,
but they are not likely to Ever have them because including such stuff
costs more than the phone manufacturers are willing to invest.
Learn to live with the idea that a dedicated camera
will Always be better than one in a phone.
- Land-sharkLv 72 months ago
Most of it is already available on high end smartphones. Fitting a functional iris ** in a tiny lens isn't easy though. Nokia started it in 2009 on their N86 which had three settings, Samsung did it with 2 on their S9. Remember though that a mouse has a very tiny eye but of course the 'scanning' and image rendition is very different to how a camera works.
There's folding light with Hawkeye camera tech that could be used and also folding the light path with mirrors and/or fibre optics to come which could allow decent optical zoom.**https://www.slrlounge.com/new-chemical-iris-apertu...
- AndrewLv 72 months ago
Putting a camera into a phone makes for an expensive phone and a lousy camera.
Putting a better camera into a phone would involve a price hike so vast that not even Apple devotees would swallow it. Some of these features are in more expensive phones - usually automated - but that's the best you'll get.
- keerokLv 72 months ago
Maybe, if you take out the phone part.
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- FrankLv 72 months ago
Some smartphones already provide control over the shutter speed and ISO. You really can't, or shouldn't, expect much from a camera module that costs $4 ~$15 including those that are in the $1,149 iPhone 11.
- Anonymous2 months ago
I'm sure that's being addressed but don't hold your breath. If you want those things now, the larger(and better) options of DSLR and mirrorless cameras are waiting for you to use them.