Samsungâ€™s Galaxy Note 3 is all set to land in the market pretty soon and the handset is going to be among the best in the market. The only disappointment for people will be its extra huge size even for a phablet in the form of almost 6-inch body. Otherwise it will be the best handset in the market when it makes its debut in the next one or two months.
The Korean smartphone manufacturer Samsungâ€™s next offering will be the best in terms of technology and quality of the product. Besides coming with several great features including edge to edge display that will make the handset very enticing it will come with a camera that will have optical image stabilization technology. This feature will ensure that the photo quality of the phablet is far superior than anything we have seen in any Sammy product in the past.
Latest leaks suggest that the forthcoming phablet will come with optical image stabilization (OIS) features as the company has been working really hard to make it possible. A latest report in etnews suggest that Sammy is working hard to put OIS feature in the phablet as it will help improve the pictures and videos taken with the phoneâ€™s main camera.
OIS makes pictures and videos a lot better in many circumstances. When taking photos, OIS compensates for movements of the userâ€™s hand. This is more necessary with slower shutter speeds, and testing in our labs has shown that OIS effectively produces clear, blur-free photos at shutter speeds as slow as 1/7.5 of second. However, the camera will rarely, if ever need to shoot at that speed, due to the new sensorâ€™s ability to capture lowlight photos at faster shutter speeds up to 1/48 of a second. For taking videos, one of the biggest challenges has always been capturing smooth footage. When holding the camera with bare hands, even small movements are quite noticeable. With the 2-axis OIS in operation, background shakes are effectively removed, resulting in videos that look smooth and steady, mimicking smooth panning used with professional video equipment. So things are looking very exciting for Galaxy Note fans.