Sony Xperia 1 III comes with a great Telephoto lens that is not found in any other smartphone. Sony has chosen not to be lack when it comes to the smartphone camera, which has earned the smartphone the reputation it requires.
Sony recently revealed their latest Android Flagship Smartphone, and the Sony Xperia 1 III 5G proceeds with the push of the company to create a better camera and make photography its biggest selling point. Tapping features were only offered previously on Sony Alpha cameras, with a 6.5-inch 120Hz 4K OLED 21:9 display, the Xperia 1 III has also introduced the world’s first variable optical telephoto lens.
Sony Xperia 1 III Great Telephoto Lens
This is something that Sony has been able to boast of, not to state the fact that it distinguishes between other periscope lenses that we have already seen on high-end smartphones. In the Xperia 1 III case, the 12-megapixel Exmor RS for a mobile sensor can be switched between the 70mm and 105mm discrete focal lengths.
This basically means that you would get 2.9x and 4.4x zoom that is equivalent, along with the benefit of a sizable 1/2.9-inch sensor, Split-pixel phase detection autofocus (dual PDAF), and an optical imager stabilization. It is not a smooth optical Zoom between those two extremes – either digital zooming or Sony’s Super Telephoto Zoom fill in the gap but it means crisper details and much better performance in low-light.
The smartphone Telephoto is paired with a 12-megapixel f/1.7 Dual PDAF OIS wide camera and a 12-megapixel f/2.2 Dual PDAF ultra-wide. The smartphone also comes with a 3D iToF sensor for depth. Sony makes use of ZEISS optics with T* coatings, Plus BIONZ for Mobile sporting 60 times per second and continuous AF/AE calculation, and 20fps AF and AE with noise reduction that is advanced.
Also borrowed from the alpha cameras is the real-time Eye AF that is aiding humans and animals. There happens to be real-time tracking for the first time in an Xperia phone, along with an Optical SteadyShot with FlawlessEye for improved low-light video stability. AI super Resolution has promised less interpolation grain when making use of the Digital Zoom. On the video aspect, you get to capture up to 4K HDR 120fps cinema Pro Video, and up to 5x slow motion, along with support for both the H.264 and H.265.