Nothing Phone #1 Supports 120 FPS Slo-Mo Video Recording and Two 50 MP Cameras

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Following weeks of continuous leaks and teasers, the Nothing Phone (1) finally went on sale today. Having said that, we already discussed its launch and in-depth specifications. It’s time to examine the cameras more closely.

THE NOTHING PHONE HAS TWO 50MP CAMERAS ON THE BACK (1) The smartphone has a front camera and two cameras on the back. There are two 50-megapixel cameras on the rear, while there is a 16-megapixel camera on the front (hole punch).

Having said that, the primary sensor is a 50-megapixel Sony IMX766 sensor. Here, the sensor size is 1/1.56, and the lens’s aperture is f/1.88. This camera has 24mm of focal length and 1um-sized pixels. Here, OIS and EIS are both supported.

Advertisement The Samsung ISOCELL JN1 sensor serves as the second camera on the back, which has a 50-megapixel resolution. This sensor is a 1/2.76 in terms of size. This lens has an f/2.2 aperture and a 114-degree field of view (Field-of-View). With this camera, EIS is supported. Macro photographs are also taken with this camera (4cm).

Now, Nothing did offer a good number of modes for these cameras. For instance, both of its rear cameras include Night Mode, and both can capture HDR photos.

SLO-MO 120 FPS VIDEO AND EXTREME NIGHT MODE ARE SUPPORTED The star of the show is, of course, the main camera. It can be used to record time-lapse videos or Slo-Mo footage at 120 frames per second. Additionally, there is the Panorama option for viewing landscapes and the Extreme Night Mode for extremely dark conditions. Nothing came with Document Mode, and Live Photo was also included in the box.

Advertisement Now, as anticipated, both Portrait Mode and Beauty Mode are available for that bokeh effect. Additionally, there is a feature called Google Filter. We’re still unsure of what that is, but could it be a filter that gives pictures a more Pixel-like appearance? Here, I’m simply speculating.

Videos can be recorded at resolutions of up to 4K. The phone has the ability to record videos at a resolution of up to 4K. The maximum frame rate for those videos is 30 fps. Live HDR recordings are done at 30 fps, while 1080p recordings can be made at either 30 or 60 fps.

You can capture both 720p and 1080p video at 30 frames per second if you choose to shoot in Night Mode. The use of OIS and EIS for video recording is obvious.

Advertisement How does the front-facing camera perform? Well, nothing made use of a Sony IMX471 sensor with 16 megapixels. It features a 1/3.1 sensor and an f/2.45 aperture. Google Filters are available on this camera as well as Live Photo, HD Portrait, Beauty Mode, and Night Mode settings.

THE COMPANY DID RECENTLY SHARE CAMERA SAMPLES Before the launch, Nothing did provide several camera samples. If you’d want to see them, click here.

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