Samsung released the Galaxy S21 series of smartphones in January 2021. The flagship model Galaxy S21 Ultra sports a 108MP 1/1.33-inch outsole main camera, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens,
a single camera, a telephoto lens with an effective focal length of 70mm, and a super-telephoto lens with an equivalent focal length of 240mm.
Recently, Samsung showed a real outdoor comparison chart of the Galaxy S21 Ultra smartphone and a full-frame DSLR camera.
The chart compares the image quality and image stabilization effect of the ultra-wide-angle lens, wide-angle lens, and telephoto lens.
The first is the field of view comparison of the smartphone camera. On the photo page, click on the small tree icon below to switch the quad-camera.
We can see that the 10x telephoto lens has excellent image quality performance, and the color effects of the quad-camera are also consistent.
From this set of comparison photos, we can see that the screen resolution of the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra is similar to that of an SLR camera.
The dynamic range and color performance benefit from the optimization algorithm inside the phone. The effect is better than that of a full-frame SLR.
However, the super wide-angle lens zoomed in to see the details, there will still be some smear marks.
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