Oppo shows of futuristic periscope camera module with 10x optical zoom

At their Mobile World Congress press event today Oppo unveiled an amazing new camera module which brings proper optical zoom capability to smartphones without the bulk of a protruding lens.

Best appreciated vertically, the module would use a prism to bend the outside light vertically and direct it down a stack of lenses meaning the depth of the lens system is converted into the vertical height.

The system is supported by a large sensor and very precise optical image stabilization, with an accuracy of up to 0.001445 degrees, necessary when zooming into objects at a distance.

Using all this technology Oppo has managed to keep the camera module to only  6.76mm thick, while still packing in an additional 48-megapixel high-resolution main camera, and a 120-degree ultra-wide camera. The last two cameras share the same auto-focus module.

Oppo presented these two pictures as examples of what the technology can do:

I think our readers will agree this is certainly very impressive.

Oppo said the unnamed smartphone with the advanced camera module will be released in Q2 2019.

Via Engadget, Ice Universe

Some links in the article may not be viewable as you are using an AdBlocker. Please add us to your whitelist to enable the website to function properly.

Related
Comments