No camera is made perfect.!!! Sounds interesting…
All of us are looking for something unique in our Camera. Sometimes its the size of the sensors, or the weight, the choices differ. When got interested in photography and lately video making, I started exploring Cameras and ended up using over a dozen Cameras. All I wish was more and more features in my cameras for lesser price. I guess this is what most people wants. Not talking about Leica owners 🙂
Herin, I am sharing the main wish list for most of us I believe (enthusiast photographers)-
Great image quality, Professional video features, Smaller form factor, RAW shooting, Ease of use & a key deciding factor – cheaper price (~$1200)
Let me brig your focus towards my latest addition, The Google Pixel camera phone. The picture quality for that sensor size is just mind-blowing. While, we all understand, it’s the image processing algorithms which are playing a crucial role here apart from camera sensor itself. However, we don’t care if it’s processor or software or whatever. If the picture has a superb image quality, photographer’s across the globe will love it.
I was amazed at a post which describes how machine learning(ML) can be used to remove noise in poor/low light images. With the advent of upcoming new tech, One day, I believe, we won’t need fast lens or bigger sensor for low light photography.
The prototype designs are still very basic and need far more evaluation and experimentation to make to a perfect working camera. These images should be able to give an
idea of camera look n feel. I leave designing user interface for some other day.