How about video recording under good and low light conditions? What's your opinion there?
I am a bit confused looking at those samples
. From what I can tell, the IMX240 outshines the ISOCELL in both good and low light. But stange thing is that the S5 sample seems slightly inferior even compared to its own twin brother (S5 Active) which hosts the very same sensor
Originally Posted by msavic6
The sensor in the Note 4 is an improvement over the sensor in the S5.
It handles higher ISO values much better and improves low light capabilities all while maintaining the same great dynamic range found in the ISOCELL sensor.
There is a reason Samsung decided to opt for the Sony sensor vs. It's own in house sensor.
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Originally Posted by bsweetness
Yep. Having owned both, the Note 4 takes better pictures more often, particularly in low light. The OIS really helps out there but the Sony sensor does as well.
The S5 is certainly no slouch though. It takes tremendous shots.