Oppo redefines Quick Charging and OIS – details 

Oppo just announced a few worlds first. 

First OPPO has made a huge breakthrough in smartphone photography. They have developed the first-ever sensor-based image stabilizer for smartphones. It’s also the smallest image stabilizer, for any type of device, in the world. It stabilises quicker and over a great movement and uses 50 times less power to operate. This also reduces heat. 

Next Oppo announced a new safer fast charging system that charges a phone fully in 15 mins. This is done at a safer 5 volts too. This is for a battery 2,500mAh battery. 

All in all a good day for innovation for Oppo. 
Source – Oppo


6 thoughts on “Oppo redefines Quick Charging and OIS – details 

  1. I’m sure this new sensor stabilisation is more hype than actual performances Gavin.
    For compacts and ultrazoom fixed lens cameras, there is no significant difference between OIS v Sensor IS and especially not in cameras that have a fixed lens anyway. It ends up exactly the same.
    Bear in mind that neither stabilization system can match a tripod and good techniques. Also remember that image stabilization only corrects camera shakes, it will not improve subject motion blur. If you want the sharpest photo, a cheap tripod will trump any stabilization system any day. For most people, neither stabilization system will make a big difference in their image quality.
    The only time I would prefer sensor based is in DSLR cameras where you can purchase cheap lens with no image stabilisation relying solely on the in cameras mechanical sensor for stabilisation.

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    1. You said there is no difference between ois and sensor based is ?

      That means sensor based is pretty good then. Whether it’s as good as ois remains to be verified.

      The difference ois makes is when light gets low by allowing longer shutter speed and lower ISO producing a crisper image. Compare 6s with its bigger plus sibling.

      1/15 is slowest shutter speed auto will do with the 6s whereas auto will slow to 1/4 with the plus variant. Two stops difference.

      Android authority had done a 6 camera shoot out in London back in Nov and it was surprising to see signs come out clear in low light on devices that had ois over those that did not.

      Bit confused with the article though thought Sony was the one that introduced this kind of sensor. Oppo AFAIK isn’t in the image sensor business.

      So is the next oppo phone going to be the first phone to sport this IS sensor ?

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      1. For a smartphone basically there is no difference ~ both will do low light and both will flatten camera shake. On a dedicated camera where the sensor has more room to manoeuvre the sensor stabilisation will not just move left/right/up/down as in OIS but also forward and backwards which in effect help with auto focus.
        The sensor on a smartphone however is so tight any movement in any plane is going to be that insignificant you will not notice the difference between OIS or Sensor IS.

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