NVIDIA Tegra 4 brings on “Always-On” HDR Camera technology
Awesome news! Will be interesting to see if more cameras start using ARM chips and specificially the NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor. This could mean a big change for photography! I wonder if there is any delay between image data or if it is as stated where all the data is gathered instantaneously to produce a HDR result.
Found another article that answers processing time: 0.1 second to produce the HDR image
...additionally, flash can be used with the HDR imaging since the data is obtained at the same time.
Still more on the photographic improvements:
HDR Video, Strobe HDR, and maintaining focus on a running subject!
Yes, I am excited! Now it would be nice to see this combined with the 42mp cameraphone sensor.
Thanks for all the links Looks like there will be significant changes to the way we do things today.
“Always-On” HDR sounds horrible to me - but I guess there are those who would want it.
Why isn't exciting stuff such as this on the front page of dpreview? Instead all we get is the (mostly) garbage the "real" camera manufactures are spewing out at CES?
It would be interesting to know if this technology actually outperforms what the Fuji S3/S5 have done for many years.
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