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Samsung may put OIS in intermediate devices cameras

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    A news was disclosed yesterday, the future intermediate phones of Samsung will come with OIS that normally theses phones come with Digital stabilizer. It is normal in Microsoft/Nokia phones and some Xperia. It speculates that the new models in 2016 will come with this resource that improve low light pictures. If Samsung put this feature in its future phones, I will consider to change the phone.

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    What is OIS? Low light pictures, like adding a lightening effect to it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by challengewriter View Post
    What is OIS? Low light pictures, like adding a lightening effect to it?
    Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) is a feature that has been around for a while on digital cameras. It allows for stable images without using a tripod in various scenarios. When it comes to smartphones, manufacturers started including OIS in select premium phone a couple of years back. Now, OIS is becoming more and more common.

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