Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra: discover the new photo star with Crono and Jonathan Bertin

Thursday, February 2, Crono and Jonathan Bertin dissected live the characteristics and rendering of the 200 megapixel camera of the new Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphone. Relive this Twitch live to know everything about this new gifted photographer.

It’s hard to miss the release of the new Samsung Galaxy S23 smartphones. All the media, influencers and bloggers have made a big splash in recent days. Especially for the flagship of the brand, the Galaxy S23 Ultra, which offers a technical sheet to make any geek or telephony aficionado die of envy.

Among this technological one-upmanship (Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, S Pen stylus integrated into the chassis, 6.8-inch screen – 17.3 cm – with 120 hertz Amoled panel, display definition of 1,440 points by 3,088, etc. ), one innovation clearly stands out: the main camera with the all-new 200-megapixel (MP) Adaptive Pixel sensor with f/1.7 aperture. Warning the eyes !

A 200 megapixel sensor boosted with AI and pixel binning

Equipped with technology pixel binning which allows you to merge up to sixteen pixels into one (passing to 50 or 12.5 Mpx, depending on the setting chosen by the user) and, thus, to obtain larger photosites, the Galaxy S23 Ultra is a gifted photo Day and night. Added to this is a new image processing (Nightography), based on artificial intelligence, which according to Samsung considerably reduces the noise of photos taken in low light situations.

The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphone.

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Three other photo modules complete the field of action of this impressive main sensor: a 12 Mpx ultra-wide-angle (f/2.2 aperture) and two 10 Mpx telephoto lenses, one of which has a 10x optical zoom!

To find out what this new camera is really worth in practice, Tanguy Toussaint, aka Crono, invited on set Jonathan Bertina professional photographer adept at smartphone and freehand photography. Discover in pictures his first impressions after half a day of getting started with the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. He will tell you everything he thinks of his new 200 Mpx sensor and his ability to take night photos, supporting shots.

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