Oppo smartphones will have Hasselblad cameras and a unique 5
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Oppo smartphones will have Hasselblad cameras and a unique 5-axis optical stabilization system

The Chinese company Oppo has officially announced the conclusion of a partnership agreement with Hasselblad, a Swedish manufacturer of medium format cameras and photographic equipment. In addition, Oppo announced the upcoming mass production of the world’s first 5-axis optical image stabilization technology for smartphones.

Image source: Oppo

Image source: Oppo

It is known that cameras created with the participation of Hasselblad specialists will appear in the upcoming flagship smartphones of the Find X series from Oppo.We are talking about the use of advanced technologies in the field of color processing, the design of optical components, etc .

It should be noted that Hasselblad cameras are already equipped with OnePlus smartphones, the main share of which is owned by Oppo. Therefore, the parties intend to jointly develop the direction of cameras for mobile devices.

Image source: WinFuture

Image source: WinFuture

It is expected that the Hasselblad multi-module camera will be equipped with devices from the Find X5 family. The base model will reportedly get a 50-megapixel unit with optical stabilization, a 50-megapixel module with wide-angle optics (110 degrees) and a 13-megapixel unit with 5x hybrid zoom.

The new product announcement comes during the upcoming MWC 2022 mobile trade show, which opens on February 28.

Image source: Oppo

Image source: Oppo

It is also reported that Oppo is about to start mass-producing cameras for smartphones equipped with a five-axis image stabilization system. The technology ensures the mobility of both the optics and the sensor itself. It will be able to compensate for 3-degree shifts as well as 0.7-degree rotations, which will significantly improve image stability when recording video. The solution is claimed to provide three times better stabilization compared to traditional systems currently used in smartphone cameras. The new technology is being used for the first time in commercial mobile devices.

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