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Old 25th January, 2012, 09:45 PM
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Sony 'boosts low-light picture quality' with white pixels

From the BBC:

Sony is promising improved low-light photography from its forthcoming range of smartphone camera sensors, thanks to the addition of white-light pixels.

The technology adds the white-light detectors to the red, green and blue (RGB)-sensing pixels already included in its existing devices.

Kodak patented a similar technology in 2007 but never put it to use. It is unclear whether Sony licensed the idea.

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